Future of Consumption

The things we really need are getting more expensive. Other stuff is getting cheaper. Why?

Prices of things like mobile phone service, toys, software and televisions have plummeted over the same period. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Christopher Ingraham

Writer, Wonk Blog

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