"Economics" Blogs & Blog Posts

Strange DaysStrange Days

Politics, Middle East, Cultural Theory, and Philosophical Ramblings

 
Forum for Stable CurrenciesForum for Stable Currencies

The Forum for Stable Currencies is a voluntary initiative of parliamentaria...

 
Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694

This blog attempts to act as magnet for 'us the people' in the fa...

 
Unfashionably EconomicUnfashionably Economic

Random thoughts from a Ph.D economics student, covering current events and ...

 
The Rogue EconomistThe Rogue Economist

A mix of popular economics and personal finance with all the technical jarg...

 
Public Debts for Vested Interest PaymentsPublic Debts for Vested Interest Payments

An analysis of the national debt as the most heinous mechanism inflicted on...

 
Freedom and FlourishingFreedom and Flourishing

This blog explores links between freedom (liberty) and human flourishing

 


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At the end of 2019, the United States had 788 billionaires (a 12% increase over 2018), and they controlled $3.4 trillion of the nation's wealth (14% more than was controlled by billionaires in 2018). There were more billionaires in the U.S. than the...

When the protests were happening after the murder of George Floyd, there was some looting that happened. It wasn't as much as some news sites (like Fox) would have you believe, and it was only a tiny portion of those who were demonstrating.It shouldn...

In 2009 we looked at how Bhutan uses Gross National Happiness instead of the bizarre Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measurement to see how “successful” the country is. The GDP doesn’t reflect lives lived since things like oil spills a...

Amsterdam is embracing an ecological approach to their economy by looking at it as if it’s a doughnut. Of course, it’s not a literal snack they are using, it’s a metaphor to visualize how different aspects of life interact with each...

Without a doubt all business have been negatively impacted by the pandemic with some being hit more than others. The dirty and climate-destroying fossil fuel industry has really been hit hard (unfortunately it’s the workers who have been hurt b...

The post below is by former Labor Secretary Robert Reich (pictured) -- at his excellent blog. I think it's important, and should be read by all Americans who believe our economic system (and health and education systems) should work for the benefit o...

I have, several times, heard the reasonable-sounding theory that America's at work pooping minimized the need for THAT MUCH retail toilet paper. Purportedly there are tons and tons of business-grade TP piling up unused. What Everyone’s Getting Wro...