The Nobel committee called Thaler a "pioneer," paving the way for a new field of study that looks at the intersection of economics and human psychology.
By Layla Quran
Now, as his transition team asserts itself, an all-out repeal of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law — Trump called it a "disaster" and a "disgrace" — seems unlikely. But experts foresee a gradual but potentially significant chipping away of key parts…
By Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
On the campaign trail, Donald Trump promised to revive American manufacturing, get tough on trade with China, cut taxes and invest in infrastructure. Do those proposals recall other visions for economic development over history? Economics correspondent Paul Solman speaks with…
By PBS NewsHour
DETROIT — Hillary Clinton is set to go after Donald Trump's economic agenda, aiming to portray her rival's approach as offering handouts for the rich that could imperil the economy. You can watch her speech live at 1:15 p.m. EDT.
By Catherine Lucey and Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
By Laurie Kellman and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Donald Trump is trying to shift from a disastrous stretch of his presidential campaign to one focused on policy and party unity.
By Joyce M. Rosenberg, Associated Press
Expect more talk about small business issues like taxes and regulations as the post-convention presidential campaigns intensify.
By Making Sen$e Editor
Insights about the economics of cities have been developed largely from studies in the United States and Europe. But do these insights apply with equal force in the developing world, where in coming years the majority of the world's urban…
By Kristen Doerer
If you’re a salaried employee who makes under $47,476 a year, you will now be paid time and a half for every hour you work over 40 hours a week.
By Paul Solman
For the United States, the economic impact of refugees is positive on net, but the distributional consequences can be quite complicated, says economist Jeffrey Sachs.
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