Student loans help cover the high costs of higher education, unavoidable to succeed in today’s job market. But it is necessary to investigate their long-run effects on individual well-being, income inequality and costs for taxpayers.
This is the third part of our analysis of Amazon’s rise to 1 trillion. Today, we look at Amazon’s economic power and impact on jobs and wages.
When we talk about Amazon we do not just talk about the world’s largest online retailer or the rising star in Washington’s lobbying circles. Arguably, Amazon’s impact on job creation, investment and industry competition levels is even more important. The company’s size is large enough to change the personal lives of millions of people and the economic life of entire regions, if not entire countries. Continue reading “Race to One Trillion: It’s an Amazonian Economy”