Degrowth theory, whose supporters push policies to reduce economic activity and end our obsession with GDP, is gaining momentum in Europe and Canada. Will the movement reach U.S. soil?
Like the homemakers in the book "Can't Pay, Won't Pay," the bureaucrats running Germany's financial house are saying enough is enough.
Why a globalized U.S. economy requires new legal infrastructure devised and controlled by innovators (who will probably be something or someone other than law firms or lawyers).
Financial theorist and trade historian William J. Bernstein portrays globalization as inevitable and ultimately more benign than malign.
University of Cincinnati researchers find common cause for bankruptcy in world's leading economies.