Many Americans are fascinated by the child-rearing practices of other countries, but those practices might be harder to import than they seem.
Joe PinskerAmericans are, after centuries of looking almost exclusively to other Americans for parenting guidance, starting to search abroad for other ways to raise kids. My latest in @TheAtlantic explores why
Being upwardly mobile can come at a cost to people’s relationships with the family, friends, and community they grew up with.
Joe PinskerI recently spoke with @jennifermmorton, who argues in her new book that the standard American narrative about upward mobility underestimates its costs. Here's my interview with her in @TheAtlantic
“It’s not just how much you have—it’s what you do with it,” says one researcher who studies money and happiness.
Joe PinskerI wrote about a question I've thought about a lot while looking at research on money and happiness: Under what circumstances do people feel like they have enough? My latest in @TheAtlantic