Why ‘Herd Immunity’ Isn’t the Answer to Solve a Serious Pandemic

The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19 variant) has exploded across the world, yet some countries fare much worse than others.

Why Global Markets Will Recover from Coronavirus Sooner, Rather Than Later

As no systemic economic problems exist in this crisis, stock markets should rebound as soon as the Coronavirus has run its course

Virus Economics: When Markets Feel Poorly

Fearing that Coronavirus might affect investments, perception becomes reality as markets see biggest drop in recent years.

Is Growth Possible in a Post-Brexit Economy?

Some predict slow growth for the post Brexit economy but fail to factor-in potential zero-tariff trade deals with America, China, The Commonwealth & others.

It’s time to grow the market! (and not fight over market share)

Win-Win political agreements and growing the global economic market is the best prescription for Britain’s post-Brexit future.

How the West Could Double GDP Growth in Two Easy Steps

GDP Growth: Empowering the bottom-two economic quintiles via a Guaranteed Basic Income helps them to be part of the solution instead of part of the problem.

UN chief praises China’s G20 summit leadership

The G20 summit: Sept. 4-5 in Hangzhou, China is expected to make an action plan to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The Politics of ‘Out’

The 1% and their acolytes don’t understand there are real reasons for the growing dissatisfaction of 7.2 billion people.

Regionalism: The Next Step for Globalization

The benefits of Regionalism: Should we import onions (for example) from thousands of miles away or grow them on the roof of the local big box grocery store?

Japan’s Abenomics: 3 out of 5 Arrows

by John Brian Shannon originally published at JohnBrianShannon.com If the fundamentals of an economy are sound, any conceivable shock to an economy will eventually dissipate and normal economic flows will …