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How are economics and the environment related? The quick answer is that environmental quality is a worthy goal, but there... see more

This article is one professor's view on what Economics is all about. Although a lot of information is not provided, this... see more

America is a nation of immigrants, who currently make up about 13 percent of the overall population. The May 2014 issue... see more

Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) technologies can provide a variety of water resources management benefits by increasing... see more

Sustainability is an international, cross-disciplinary, scholarly, peer-reviewed and open access journal of... see more

"Human capital" may not be the first thing that comes to mind when we think about investments, but investing in education... see more

Earth systems science maintains that there are nine “planetary boundaries” that demarcate a sustainable, safe operating... see more

People are passionate about professional sports—they give people pride and a sense of community. And they create... see more

Historically, money was made of either valuable commodities such as gold or silver coins or pieces of paper (bills)... see more

Is there a recipe for economic growth? Perhaps some Miracle-Gro for the economy? If only it were that easy. While the... see more

Years ago, airline passengers enjoyed more legroom and in-flight extras—for a price. Find out in the November 2018... see more

When regulating pollutants, is it more important to consider the science or the economics of the environment? Using the... see more

Competition, sportsmanship, and national pride are the foundations of the Olympics, but how much do the Olympics cost the... see more

The output gap is one (of many) economic indicators used by economists to measure the strength of the economy. What... see more

The Pacific is expected to recover with moderate growth of 0.3% in 2021 and 4.0% in 2022, with tourism and widespread... see more

The unemployment rate always seems to be in the news, but did you know there are different kinds of unemployment? There... see more

Modern economies rely heavily on financial intermediaries to channel funds between borrowers and lenders. In the February... see more

Consumers see or hear thousands of advertisements each day. The April 2017 issue of Page One Economics: Focus on... see more

China’s economy has developed in such a startling way that most people – economists or not – place, as starting from... see more

Remember when airlines started charging for checked bags? What happened to the number of checked bags after this added... see more

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office tackles that question in a new report and highlights the trade-off presented... see more

All inflation isn't bad—a moderate amount can signal a healthy economy. But high inflation, such as that during the... see more

The cost of a college education seems to be skyrocketing—but is it really? Learn about the concept of price... see more

How is the total value of all the goods and services produced in a country's economy measured? Gross domestic product... see more