Articles in Economics
Streaming video on demand now offers an absurd amount of content over multiple platforms. Could the industry be headed for bust?
The House, including many Democrats, recently voted to condemn the economic system that ISN’T screwing us right now.
New York Times reporter Emily Flitter explains the workings of systemic racism in finance.
Corporate jargon is full of empty phrases and endless metaphors. But lurking underneath is the dark reality of how this language facilitates corporate profits at the cost of human lives.
The most ‘respectable’ of the crypto billionaires was just another fraudster. When will journalists stop hyping this industry? When will regulators protect consumers from getting ripped off by the next Ponzi scheme?
Using labor markets as a case study to show how the standard ‘econ 101’ story is misleading at best and flatly contradicted by the evidence at worst.
What should be called ‘white-collar crimes’ could kill more people than combat itself in the Russia-Ukraine war.
To be indebted means to lack freedom. That’s why elites melt down in response to Biden’s new plan to forgive $10k of student debt. They don’t want you to be free.
People all around the world live or die based on the whims of the commodities market. We need to discard the idea that markets are an acceptable way to distribute the world’s resources.
Dan Price was hailed for his commitment to paying his employees generously, showing how capitalism can “have a heart.” Now that he has been exposed as a fraud and abuser, we should reevaluate the idea of moral CEOs.
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