The rapidity with which the pandemic has cratered the global and the US economies is truly unnerving. In response, and with atypically great speed, it would appear as if central banks around the world are working together to pull
It’s a Wonderful Life: Are Capra’s Values Still Alive in Today’s Economy?
“I cannot remember the books I’ve read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson A “future of work” search of the Internet returns over 100 million results, including
Mortgage Media, the leading publication on mortgage finance and technology, shared a guest post by Bill Kelvie. Read below: Creative Destruction: Too Far for Mortgages?
“Every county … [is going] to have to reinvent itself. Each place has its own assets, and you need to figure out how to manage them” – Steven Connelly, Former Mayor, Berea, Kentucky Over the past five years, the
Notes from New Hampshire, Summer, 2019 On July 26th, a group of colleagues including this writer were invited to participate in a discussion at the University of New Hampshire titled the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Business and Society.Our host,
My own definition of a Green New Deal, which has evolved since 2007 as the technology has gotten better and the climate problem has gotten worse, remains focused on how a green revolution in America can drive innovation, spur new
“Automation provides us with wondrous increases of production and information, but does it tell us what to do with the men the machines displace.” – Robert F. Kennedy Since the advent of written language, society has been grappling with the issue
Presidential campaigns have become incredibly long and draining for the candidates and for the electorate but they also become the seminal influence on what shapes the legislative agenda for the ultimate winner. We are evaluating each of the major candidates
Andrew Yang for President? April 17, 2019 The field in the Democratic Party has grown to 18, with a number of likely candidates still not formally announced. I have learned to withhold judgement, because, paraphrasing Will Rogers, I am not