Author: Scott Anderson
Wages for older workers grew a whopping 10.4 percentage points faster in 1991 than in the current economic expansion.Read More ›
Californians are feeling the effects of climate change: wildfires, record heat waves, and even atmospheric rivers have begun to wreaked havoc on the Golden State.
It’s increasingly clear that certain sectors of the world’s fifth largest economy are emerging as ground zero for the costs of climate change – and the potential costs are staggering.Read More ›
The U.S. labor market is slowing, just not as quickly as we all thought before the release of the October payrolls report. Despite the substantial headwinds of the GM strike and escalation of the trade war in September, U.S. nonfarm employment managed to increase a better than expected 128k jobs last month.Read More ›
Conventional wisdom on the strength and resilience of the U.S. expansion will be tested next week. Is the economy really headed for a soft landing?Read More ›