In 2019, many African countries spent more money servicing their debts than they did on health.
We can learn a lot from these crisis-led innovations as we create more permanent urban policy choices to make life more pleasant and safer for all.
UBI will not solve our mental health crisis. But it is a good starting point.
The coronavirus highlights just one dimension of the increasingly polarized U.S. labor market.
U.S. shale is in a sort of death pageant, and will probably remain that way for the foreseeable future.
The harsh reality of the UK’s inadequate welfare system is becoming evident.
Millions of Americans are now unemployed and must scramble to figure out how to pay for that home.
Low-income Americans have borne the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic. They may also get left behind in the recovery. Steep…
COVID-19 makes even more necessary a very different kind of economics if we are to build socially just and ecologically sound futures.
A decade ago, the government spent more than $1 trillion to bail out companies and stimulate the economy. What have we learned since then?