List of Economics articles
Is There Such Thing as a Global South?
The category is emotionally powerful but fundamentally flawed.
What Milei’s Dollarization Plan Would Mean for Argentina’s Economy
The president-elect has pledged to curb runaway inflation.
It’s Time to Reconsider U.S. Military Aid
As Congress stalls, the U.S. public has good reason to demand more transparency on Biden’s funding for Ukraine and Israel.
Why Israel Needs America’s Tough Love
An argument for making U.S. aid conditional on steps toward Palestinian statehood.
China Hawks Are Putting the Green Transition at Risk
New electric vehicle restrictions will end up hurting U.S. interests.
Is Biden Ignoring Iran’s Sanctions Evasion?
Republicans say the U.S. president is allowing Iran’s increased oil exports. The evidence suggests otherwise.
This Corporate Law Case Could Accidentally Overturn U.S. Taxes
Moore v. United States might wreak economic havoc.
At COP28, the World Needs to Prioritize Financial Reform
Three ideas that could boost investment in the planet—and its people.
Are Global Climate Partnerships Fit for Purpose?
A close look at India's relationship to Just Energy Transition Partnerships.
The Economic Legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte
A new biopic fails to capture Napoleon’s historical significance.
Bukele’s Bitcoin Mess and the U.S.-Backed Bank That Enabled It
The United States has supported the so-called dictators’ bank to rival China in Central America—and funded El Salvador’s authoritarian descent in the process.