The "opportunity zones" program, established in Trump's 2017 tax bill, might be fueling gentrification and luxury developments.
I'm hopeful that the next generation of children, after watching us be fools for our devices, may decide it's not worth it.
A new real-estate development in East Portland, Oregon, might provide a model for the rest of the country.
Haiti's earthquake shattered several cities, but it also birthed another.
In many countries, national well-being is often monitored through on-the-ground household surveys, but new technology could change that.
Today’s rising conservationists are at risk of being forced out of their career by trends, structures, and decisions they had no part in.
Dozens of American counties saw hundreds, if not thousands, of new units developed between 2015 and 2016.
A new briefing by the Global Canopy Programme outlines the struggles that farmers face in the move from traditional to sustainable farming.
Do egregious events from world history—specifically colonialism—warrant some sort of official reparations and, if so, what would these look like?
As fences spring up on all sides, a great wildlife reserve morphs into something much less great.
As Scott Walker eyes the White House, fiscal austerity gets its day in court.
A tax on excess cash holdings—for corporations as well at high-net-worth individuals—could help spur development.
A dispatch from the "Reinventing Older Communities: Bridging Growth & Opportunity" conference in Philadelphia.
Investment in any kind of transportation should aid production, not consumption.
An established political order blocks innovation and economic development; there's too much local trust, with individuals only doing business with those they know. Look at what happened in Detroit.
Measuring the development of patches of Earth seems ridiculous. But that's exactly what we do. How might things differ if we measured income per natural instead of income per resident?
Jerry Brown’s education plan asks, “Why not just give poor schools more state money—and authority over how to spend it?” His idea mirrors some of the most promising new theories of global development.