Economists are discussing how to improve the profession of macroeconomics
Eight young, respected economists are considering what breakthroughs need to occur in economics in the next two decades. The above quote is from Raj Chetty, a 32-year-old Harvard economist. Chetty did a study on how children with good kindergarten teachers and positive classroom environments often grow up earning more than their peers who had mediocre ones.
Economists agree that high gas prices aren’t because of U.S. economic policies. A gas station will sometimes charge you $5 a gallon because they actually aren’t interested in selling you any gas.