With regard to the EU’s own financial resources, Europe is taking another page from U.S. financial history.
In the twilight of her career, will the German chancellor manage to produce a grand European compromise between the Northern “frugals” and the Southerners?
The EU can take the lead in fighting climate change. But an EU “Green New Deal” requires a far higher price on carbon.
Italy has moved—again—in the direction of stability in the short term, while facing long-term fragility of its economic and financial situation.
Are American workers — as U.S. politicians frequently claim — really the most productive in the world?
Are white-collar jobs in the United States as imperiled as blue-collar jobs?
What is in store for the U.S. workforce in wake of immigration changes?
Has Labor, as it claimed it would upon taking office in 1997, succeeded in making Britain a more equal society?
What does the OECD’s redefinition of the middle class reveal about the U.S. economy?