COVID-19 can bring down global luxury sales between 30 billion euros to 40 billion euros. The industry will see the sector’s value drop to 309 billion euros (around 335 billion) a 5-year low.
The Gamestop short-squeeze was a significant event in the history of Wall Street. It showed that when people unite against a cause, they can take down much bigger opposition.
LGBT community is given very few economic benefits and no support from family and laws, yet still sometimes manages to achieve the qualification.
Ever imagined what would happen if the basic necessities for life, essential for sustenance, experienced an increase in prices per hour?
Organized crime groups mostly engage in regular economic activity, the production and distribution of various services and drugs, gambling, and prostitution.
Catastrophic circumstances led India to spend approximately 1.14 trillion rupees in 16 years just on Kashmir security to defeat regular terror attacks.
Working mothers face an even wider pay gap than working women without children, this is known as the motherhood penalty.
Starbucks' failure in Australia proves to us that even the most valuable of businesses with such huge recognition can still fall under the basic pitfalls of expanding a business.
Let's explore whether Atmanirbhar Bharat is pushing India towards isolation from world trade and the impacts of such a move
The surest way to financial success and a well-paying job is through a college degree. Yet is this idea accurate? Does receiving a college degree determine economic security later in life?
The history and future of cryptocurrency in India and the advantages and disadvantages of using cryptocurrency.
This article will focus on the definition and mechanism behind cryptocurrency, as well as explain the reasons for the rise in the prices of cryptocurrencies over the last year.
if not for the Civil War which helped in abolishing slavery, would the persistence of slavery had made the US economy richer than it is now?
Feminist Economics is a type of economic research that is gender-aware and inclusive.
Investopedia defines too big to fail as a business or business sector deemed to be so deeply ingrained in a financial system or economy that its failure would be disastrous to the economy.