Familial Economic Well-Being In Relation to Children’s Personal Development

Ishmam Khan ’25 According to the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, almost 20% of German children are part of a single-parent household or stepfamily. Previous research has shown the relationship between the “complexity” of a child’s family– specifically, the degree of deviance from a traditional nuclear family– and a child’s mental well-being. There has also been a scientifically noted connection … Continue reading Familial Economic Well-Being In Relation to Children’s Personal Development

The Rich Are Getting Richer

by Megan Tan   Wealth inequality is a disturbing concern in today’s economy, since a small percent of the population owns so much of the wealth. Several explanations and solutions have been proposed to see if there is a way to evenly distribute the wealth. However, all of these have faults that do not fully solve the problem at hand. Professor Yonatan Berman, from The … Continue reading The Rich Are Getting Richer