Monthly Archives: November 2014


As we continue to read The Great Divergence, I’m learning more about the causes of inequality and which seem to be most at fault. Many argue that Immigration is a factor in the rise in income disparity. Illegal or not, foreigners tend to come to this country with little money […]


New York Times released an article covering a report from Standard & Poor, an economic advising firm for Wall Street investors and their likes. The content declared that inequality actually hurts economic growth, bad news for the rich investors who rely on S&P’s information to make informed decisions in their […]


We are talking about basic economic theory, such as supply and demand. Having gone through Micro and Macro economics previously it was a bit of a review as we discussed different factors affecting the demand and supply for a particular product. This segwayed into the prompt for our current paper, […]