Life Satisfaction and Economic Growth

You’re probably tired of hearing about the Greek debt crisis, but sometimes it helps to connect the abstract with the concrete—that is, the huge numbers involved with the actual lives of the people living in the country.

The Greeks today live in a vacuum of uncertainty, with their banks closed at least another day, limited […]

Currency Wars

Forget world wars, fought with tanks, bomb and missiles. The new form of global conflict is the currency war, which is fought with increasingly vicious keystrokes. We read in the papers that this or that country is engaged in a currency war with some other set of countries. But what does that really mean? […]