About Apricitas

The beauty of economics is in its humanity. Every day, every single person on this planet contributes to and participates in the systems and processes that economists study. The goal, at the end of the day, of all economic study is to find ways to improve our understanding of those processes and to use that understanding to make improvements in people’s real lives.

Apricitas is the Latin word for sunshine and sunniness. It’s a name that embodies the ethos of this blog: positivity, optimism, and a commitment to seeking truth through evidence.

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Finding the signal in the noise of economic data can be difficult, but our signal-to-noise ratio is a point of pride here at Apricitas. By joining, you’re becoming part of a group dedicated to sifting through the weeds to find what truly matters to the global economy. I wouldn’t be able to write without the support, input, and feedback of all my readers and I’m truly thankful for everyone who subscribes.

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I write about monetary policy, labor markets, business, finance, and everything else that falls under macroeconomics. Subscribe to Apricitas and get data-driven economic insights delivered to your inbox every Saturday!