Dan Kopf is a reporter for Quartz based in San Francisco. He covers economics and markets. Dan has a Masters in Economics from the London School of Economics.
Growing geopolitical pressures and a strong dollar are turning Chinese tourists away from traveling to the US.
The number of US workers over the age of 75 is projected to grow from 1.8 million in 2018 to 3.7 million in 2028.
Two years after the introduction of a new paternity leave programme, eligible parents were 7% to 15% less likely to have another kid than parents who just missed the eligibility cutoff.
According to a recent survey, America's Generation Z is far more accepting than others with not identifying as a man or a woman than other generations.
In 2017, its trade as a percentage of GDP rose above 200% - the highest level for any country of over 50 million people, according to World Bank data.
10 years later, humanities degrees are in decline as students choose subjects with clearer career paths.
A new study highlights the economic benefits of an inclusive and diverse workplace.
New research explores the impact if tariffs were to return to 1990 levels.
A new survey looks at how workers in the US self-report their time spent at work on non-work related activities.
Millions of accounts around the world are inactive, so pushing people to open one isn't enough.
The link between wealth and ease of travel.
Economic inequality in the US is getting worse. Many thought class was a factor but new research reveals that race has a bigger impact.
A new study finds that people who earn $200,000 are probably no happier than those earning $120,000.
New research looks at the impact of having children on earnings, highlighting that even in a country like Denmark with generous paid leave, the effect is still significant - on women.