Nations always compete with one another. But, their goals need not involve wars — welcome to the new world of trade competition, the new geopolitics!
I don’t usually indulge in “galaxy brain” pondering, but occasionally metaphysics does float around in my brain …
Basement renovation, the last big home improvement project? It won’t add to resale value, must be we plan on living in it for a while longer …
Five years later, some further reflection on aging and legacies — wait, there’s more!
Just read this from Emily Stewart at Vox this morning … looks like somebody has read June post, “The Growth Game”! Check it out here (always good to see supporting evidence).
Intersectionality, a term coined by Kimberle Crenshaw more than 30 years ago, deserves better than it’s gotten at the hands of people like Ben Shapiro
Since the Club of Rome’s 1972 report Limits to Growth we have seen both decline and resurgence of its conclusions — what comes next in macroeconomic analysis?
Both Lee Drutman of New America and Rep. Don Beyer of Virginia have invested much of their career in the mechanics of electoral reform — RCV and PR, independent redistricting commissions, and the like – what will it take to move the ball forward?
What is macroeconomic data measuring, really? Does it matter for a “healthy economy”?
Dealing with emergent properties in science and statistics can be challenging. Some things just can’t be explained or analyzed.