Trickle-down economics claims that if wages go up, jobs must come down. A controversial new study from the University of Washington has inadvertently fallen prey to that antiquated narrative.
If your immediate reaction to this study was to dismiss it, it is time to admit that your views cannot be swayed by science.
By Mihir A. Desai
“We are all insurance companies.” This odd dictum, from the famous American philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce, may serve us well as we struggle to find the best path forward in the health insurance debate.
Don't bad-mouth your old employer or air their dirty laundry. Here's what to say if prospective employers ask why you quit.
If we want to keep displaced people from seeking safety in the U.S. and Mexico, we must proactively help countries in South and Central America to develop better governments and economies.
The slogan for this new NAFTA, founded in old North American policies, is simple: rather than free trade, free movement — fair trade, fair movement.
By Vikram Mansharamani
Jack Bogle, founder and retired CEO of The Vanguard Group, has had an absolutely enormous impact on the world of investing. He's also a philanthropic man who has helped scores of people with his generosity.
Given the task of enacting tax reform, congressional Republicans and the Trump administration would do well to look to history.
The Senate's Better Care Reconciliation Act would dramatically reduce health care for the nation’s most vulnerable citizens while cutting taxes for wealthier Americans.
By Maureen Sherry
Where harassment and bro behavior thrive, it’s now recognized as an expense line item. Maybe that fact will finally bring about significant workplace change.
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