Archives: Economics

Income Inequality Fuels Borrowing Cycle


Just as many Americans had started to pay down debts racked up before and during the recession that began in 2008, a new wave of…read more

The Income Inequality Quiz


While they were waiting in line for tickets to the David Letterman show, NewsHour Economics Correspondent Paul Solman asked a random sampling of people to…read more

Prisoners Earn Degrees Behind Bars


The U.S. imprisons more people – currently 2.3 million – than any other country on Earth. Through a program from Bard College, some of those…read more

Food Crisis Overwhelms Somalia


A food crisis is currently overwhelming Somalia, a country that has struggled for survival for decades. Lines of starving Somalis, many carrying severely malnourished children,…read more

Is Indonesia an Example for New Democracies?


Indonesia, an Islamic country with a population of 240 million people, is being held up as a possible example of a democracy for countries like…read more

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