It seems certain that the political economy textbooks of the future will include a chapter on the experience of Greece in 2015.
A look at how marriage, co-habitation, domestic violence, and birth rates were influenced by the economic struggles of the 2000s.
Casino operators are changing blackjack payouts to give the house an even greater advantage. Is this a sign that Vegas is on its way back from the recession, or that the Strip’s biggest players are trying to squeeze some more cash out of visitors before the well runs dry?
New research finds socioeconomic conditions impact the type of songs that become hits, but in opposite ways for pop and country music.
Seventy-five years after its first publication date, The Grapes of Wrath is still a staple in most American classrooms. Is that because we haven’t yet written anything that does a better job of portraying the devastation of not having enough?
Production of cultural goods and services took a huge hit with the recession, and has been slow to rebound.
Thanks to decades of stagnant wages and the Great Recession, more than half of American working-class households are at risk of being unable to sustain their standard of living past retirement. Duncan Black is trying to change that.
New research finds that anxiety caused by the 2008 economic crash led many mothers to switch to a less-nurturing parenting style.
How are young adults coping with a weak job market?