Rethinking The Moral Economy

Voluntourism: it’s the newest, hottest craze sweeping through first-world countries. According to Projects Abroad,

The Persistence of Manufacturing in Deindustrialized America

Over the past three decades, the American manufacturing has been characterized by a marked decline in employment rates. We hear much about deindustrialization and the outsourcing of production leading to an almost wholesale relocation of American labor-intensive industries to lower-wage areas in the developing world. By the end of 2012, the sector had lost approximately … Continue Reading ››