It is hard to say with any certainty, though my best guess would be no in the short run and probably in the long-run. In the short-run, say, five to 18 months, the aggregated price level will likely experience very little inflation. The long run, however, might be a different story, especially with healthcare. Price … Continue reading Will Prices Increase Once Businesses Reopen?
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The iPhone X just came out yesterday. This phone costs $999, has insane processing power, and has facial recognition that can be used to unlock the phone and make purchases. Technofears and privacy debates aside, this is a marvel of technology. I promise this isn’t an Apple commercial, I’m just taking a moment to be … Continue reading Douglass North: How Did We Even Get Here?
Moving to a new city, particularly in your 20s or 30s, can be a defining moment in your life. Yet people in the U.S. are moving at historically low rates, and you don’t need to look far to see why. Housing prices are back up If you haven’t noticed, housing prices are back up to … Continue reading Slow on the Move: Prices, Technology and Rent Control
Though the hot topics of automated vehicles, fintech apps and artificial intelligence are game-changing, below the surface is where we find what is revolutionary. It’s called the blockchain. Wait, don’t go! Let’s try to explain On top of being such a cool term to say out loud, it’s even cooler when you actually know what … Continue reading Bitcoin: The Blockchain Revolution Of The Modern Economy