As Donald Trump raises political sympathy by using rhetoric against Ford Company, the Auto Industry’s output jumped 10.6 percent in July 2015. Mr. Trump’s remarks in Michigan, on July 12th 2015, questioned […]
Campaigns against social security usually claim that Social Security Benefits discourage workers from being employed. Many right wing policy advocates point their fingers at Social Security Benefits as being expensive and further […]
Economists like to think that wages are set depending upon two basic factors plus a “catchall” variable. The two basic factors are expected price level and unemployment rate. The “catchall” variable stands […]
International Demand for goods and Foreign Trade have been a driving force behind United States’ economic growth. The recent legislative efforts, made by the current democratic administration to get permission for a […]
"Zero-base budgeting" needed for immigration reform: “let’s do political-capital Zero-base budgeting”.
Republicans face currently an enormous challenge that will define GOP’s future.
Political scientists and economists have widely studied the collective action phenomenon. The focus has been mainly on three major fields: social movements, insurgency and labor unions. A transversal and shared characteristic of […]
There is a dichotomy in what one might think is the “Paradox of Leadership” and William Lantigua is the most recent example of it. On one side there is the leaders’ behavior. […]
There is a celebrated trend of writing good things about successful people. Due to the innovation of Apple products and its success, Steve Jobs may represent currently the maximum expression of both […]
Rasmussen, Scott (2012). “The People’s Money”. Threshold Editions. New York. Since 1835 when Alexis De Tocqueville published Democracy in America, United States’ political system has been worldwide perceived as a […]
News analysis: five New England Newspapers on the naturalization issue (Sept 14th 2010). One of the recurrent critiques at the Media and Public policy workshop was the superficiality of media coverage. Students […]