Posts Tagged ‘migration’

  • State migration goldfish

    Do You Live in a Popular State?

    Jan 4, 14 • 237 Views • Behavioral Economics, Economic Growth, Government, Labor, Macroeconomic Measurement, RegulationNo Comments

    Listening to Bloomberg news the other morning, I heard that Atlas Van Lines just came out with their annual migration study. The radio report said New Jersey had the most departures while Oregon had the arrivals. (No, people from NJ are not going to Oregon....

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    Some Like It Hot?

    Oct 23, 10 • 107 Views • Demand, Supply, and Markets, Economic History, Economic Thinkers, Environment, InnovationNo Comments

    A warmer Detroit? A wetter New York? In the future world that UCLA professor Matthew Kahn describes, cities will adapt to climate change. Assuming that warming is gradual, populations will migrate and innovate. If San Diego becomes less habitable, people will...