Implausible worst-case scenarios do not further the debate over reasonable policies for addressing climate change.
Absolute losses increased, but the proportion of losses relative to global GDP has dropped
AI could boost economic growth by 1.2 percent annually between now and 2030.
The nation's GDP rose 4.1 percent in the second quarter, but those good numbers aren't likely to last.
Thirty years of data show "refugee burden" is a myth: Migrants to Europe have been a significant economic benefit
Too much debt slows economic growth and reduces living standards.
Only if you think merely tripling per capita GDP by 2100 is poverty
New study quantifies the damage to economic growth that the accumulation of regulations causes
Reminding pundits Tom Friedman, Robert Reich and others of what they said.
"Gross Domestic Product" measures that include warmaking are not a good measure of citizen well-being.
That amounts to 1.6 percent of the economy in 2100
The last economic contraction was during the first quarter of 2011.
An improvement over last year
If we're to get even close to balancing the books, "mandatory" spending is in for deep cuts.
Well, that sucks
U.S. GDP is just $16 trillion instead of $54 trillion
May have alluded to GDP figures coming out tomorrow during Prime Minister's Questions