We asked some professors to riff on the theme of the Fed's annual Jackson Hole retreat: “Structural Shifts in the Global Economy.”
A partnership between Mexico City and Airbnb is encouraging remote workers to stay longer, but locals say the expats are sending housing prices soaring.
Offices are at the epicenter of seismic pandemic shifts, per McKinsey's Aditya Sanghvi. They need to become places where people want to be.
Their employers think they're in the United States, when they're really traveling the world.
Tenants are celebrating the falling rents, but record vacancies could eventually upend the market.
More than 3% of such loans are now delinquent.
Work can be a foundational part of socialization for young adults on their own for the first time.
A less robust job market has made corporate leaders' preference easier to implement.
Census data shows fewer people are moving out of coastal urban centers, but Sun Belt states remain popular.
Remote work doesn’t just help employees, it can benefit companies too.