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Philadelphia’s minimum wage has been stuck at $7.25 an hour since...

Michael O'Bryan, Drexel University and Alicia Atkinson, Drexel University In Philadelphia, the poorest big city in the U.S., the...

With the economy looking bright enough, the Federal Reserve seems content...

Christopher Decker, University of Nebraska Omaha If there’s one thing you can say about Fed policymakers, it’s that they...

Food insecurity already affects 12 million US homes – and reductions...

Hilary Seligman, University of California, San Francisco Millions of Americans struggle to afford healthy meals and nutritious food. Known...

Price inflation: five ways stronger UK supply chains can help reduce...

Amir M. Sharif, University of Bradford; Kamran Mahroof, University of Bradford, and Liz Breen, University of Bradford Annual price...

The Federal Reserve and the art of navigating a soft landing...

Christopher Decker, University of Nebraska Omaha With inflation easing and the U.S. economy cooling, is the Federal Reserve done...

Jobs report hints that Fed policy is paying off – and...

Christopher Decker, University of Nebraska Omaha The latest jobs report is in, and the good news is Federal Reserve...

RBA warns of at least 2 more interest rate rises in...

Peter Martin, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University Australia’s cash rate has hit 3.35%, after the Reserve...

US is spending record amounts servicing its national debt – interest...

Gerald P. Dwyer, Clemson University Consumers and businesses aren’t the only ones feeling the pain of higher borrowing costs...

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