The minimum-wage debate has been a long point of interest for business owners and labor economists.
Why does the U.S. continue to pursue policy that doesn't work?
Many 18th-century households included not only relatives and slaves, but also indentured servants, people sold into bondage for a specified length of time.
The solution isn't minimizing poverty or supplying more contraceptives.
What is debt and where did it come from?
Will regulations aimed at large, investment-oriented banks kill the "It’s a Wonderful Life" promise of the American community bank?
We take a look at how sex was viewed by early economists, from Sir William Petty to Adam Smith to Jeremy Bentham.
Treasury Notes, a new JSTOR Daily column, will discuss money in its historical context.
We think of welfare as social security for the economically vulnerable. Maybe it's time we rightfully enlarge what we mean by the term.
Consumerism, a hallmark of American life, may not be as beneficial as we all think.