Harvard University's Claudia Goldin has won the 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics for her research on women in the labor market. She studies the causes of the persistent pay gap between men and women.
There is one number that the Environmental Protection Agency relies on to decide which climate policies to pursue. So why does that number assume the lives of richer people are worth more?
Ticketmaster seems to be feeling pressure and making changes as Beyoncé tickets go on sale. While things appear to be running more smoothly so far, an economist says there's still cause for concern.
Shafik, who was born in Egypt and grew up in the United States, has extensive experience across global financial institutions and higher education.
In his new book, Gambling on Development, economist Stefan Dercon argues that the key to a low-resource country's success is not what you might think.
“Investing in mental healthcare saves lives and dollars — we have known this for decades, but until now did not fully understand the monumental impacts of neglecting to act,” said Daniel Dawes, professor and executive director of the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine.
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise its benchmark interest rate by another three-quarters of a percentage point amid fears of a looming recession.
The responses reveal the impact on living standards in nine low- and middle-income countries — and may help governments find a way to help citizens most in need.
Kamala Harris has called her time at Howard University "one of the most important aspects of my life." Much of that time was spent studying economics.
Unemployment hover nears a historic low as the United States approaches the tenth anniversary of the end of the Great Recession, but millions of...
The Atlanta Braves are saying there’s more to their new stadium than hot dogs and beer. The team hopes a 50-acre development surrounding SunTrust Park...