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Labor and WagesU.S. EconomyPrices
More than half of the people in the world currently live in urban areas or cities, in spite of it being more expensive to do so. Why?
Labor and Wages
Labor is not homogeneous, so data analysis that speaks simply of "labor" and "labor costs" must be treated with extreme caution.
Labor and WagesU.S. History
If violence is the key to creating wealth, as Desmond insinuates, then the communist nations would have created fabulous amounts of wealth given the brutality of 20th-century Stalinism.
New technologies, not the state, will be the key to making it ever easier to meet basic needs and diminish the perceived need for more government services.
Labor and WagesU.S. HistoryWorld History
Slavery was a monstrously unfair and immoral institution. It was also inefficient, compared to a system based on free labor.
Labor and WagesMoney and BanksMoney and Banking
The Keynesian obsession with avoiding deflation and pushing consumer spending has led to a serious decline in savings and capital accumulation.
Free MarketsLabor and WagesU.S. Economy
Last week Business Insider referenced a study to defend NYC's minimum wage law. Neither holds up well upon any sort of serious analysis.
Big GovernmentLabor and Wages
Those who suffer most from mandated wage hikes are low-skilled workers, disabled workers and part-time workers in the sector. And poorer regions suffer more than rich ones.
Labor and WagesMoney and BanksTaxes and Spending
An estimated 78 percent of the UK’s working population are unable to make ends meet between pay-days. Neo-Keynesian policies are to blame.
If the fans want the women to be paid more than the men, the consumers will have to spend more on watching them.