In July, I discussed the function of success. Today, I’ll tackle the much more complicated and strongly debated function of opportunity.
Tag Archives: macroeconomics
The Economics and Politics of Climate Change
The world has unfortunately fallen behind on its promises to turn back climate change. While the Paris Accord seemed to be a step in the right direction, things have fell apart since the US split off. Meanwhile, the rapidly increasing supply of renewables in China appears to have been cut short by a sudden decreaseContinue reading “The Economics and Politics of Climate Change”
Why Neighborhoods Turn Bad — and Stay That Way
What we think of when we see a bad neighborhood usually sticks in the present. We just see the gangs, the dilapidated housing, the food stamps, and be done with it — saying “This needs to change” without putting too much thought in how it started in the first place. But in order to trulyContinue reading “Why Neighborhoods Turn Bad — and Stay That Way”