High up in the sky

The Skyscraper Fad of the 1920s

     With the start of the 20th century, America became one of the most powerful economies in the world. With an abundance of steel, iron, money and modern construction techniques, it seemed natural that the course of action was to build massive structures that would show the newly accumulated wealth.      Starting in Chicago in

A Tribute to Two Women Economist

This is an article that probably should have been published on March 8th. I recently read an article in the Economist entitled “Economics is uncovering its gender problem” that intended to express a quite often encountered reality: women participation in labor force is overshadowed. Economics is not the exception, and that is the reason why