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American economic resilience is not as strong as we think

Economic resilience is an enduring problem in America.The U.S. economy is still suffering from the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, which left Americans vulnerable to the whims of Wall Street and a weak global economy.That’s partly because Americans haven’t had the experience of the Great Recession.Americans still struggle to adjust to the impact of

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How to stop economic nationalism from winning over conservative voters

The economy has become the defining issue for America’s conservatives, with many Americans now thinking of the country’s economic problems as more of a national security issue than a human rights issue.And as a result, economic nationalism is gaining ground on the right as voters increasingly view the economy as a national priority.A new NBC

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The Midpoint Formula for Income Growth in the U.S.—And Why You Need It

New York University economist Fred Wilson recently wrote an article in the New York Times explaining how the Midpoint formula for income growth can help to shape your economic future.The Midpoint equation is a formula that has long been used by economists to forecast the income growth of different nations.This equation, which Wilson describes as

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How to help pay for climate change policies in Australia

In Australia, the cost of a national carbon price has fallen dramatically since 2014, as more states have implemented the emissions trading scheme, a policy that has led to more than $1 trillion in emissions reduction over the past three years.But that hasn’t stopped governments from increasing the price in the last three years, and