Like a lot of big cities in the developed world, Amsterdam lost population in the 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s as its inhabitants opted for newer dwellings and more space outside the city. During those same decades, newcomers arrived in large numbers from former ...
For Justin Fox's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
If quality of life is better in Canada and Europe, why don't more Americans emigrate?
It is demonstrating, though, just how poorly he will probably react when faced with real adversity.
Charles Dickens wrote "A Christmas Carol" in 1843 in part because he was appalled at the living conditions of England's urban poor, especially after a visit that September to a so-called Ragged School for London slum children. But he also wrote it because he ...
Drive from coast to coast with the radio off and everybody seems to be getting along fine.
As long as tech's next big thing remains far in the future, the social network will maintain its monopoly status.
In general, consensus systems deliver better economic results and more voter trust than majoritarian ones.
The world has been going through these crises at least since the Middle Ages. They usually take a long time to recover from.
If endangered U.S. midsize papers collapse, who will do the local and regional news-gathering?
While automakers are embracing technology that eliminates the drudgery of driving, they haven't warmed up to the idea of autonomous cars.