Economics News Archive

  • Millennials and entrepreneurship

    A conversation about engaging the next generation, with Scott Shane, PhD, A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, and two other panelists at The City Club of Cleveland
  • Scott Shane, PhD, first research fellow for Burton D. Morgan Fellowship Program

    As the first Research Fellow, Scott Shane will explore elements of experiential entrepreneurship education, focusing on pitch competitions. Shane will participate in a panel on millennials and entrepreneurship at The City Club in Cleveland May 8.
  • Why vaccinating our child is a good idea

    Economic professors Mariana Carrera and Justin Gallagher published an op-ed in The Plain Dealer that breaks down the thought processes behind deciding whether or not to vaccinate a child and the broader implications of parents choosing to opt out of vaccinations.
  • Should you raise your employees' pay?

    Scott Shane, PhD, professor of economics, provides guidance on whether small businesses should follow Walmart, McDonald's and Aetna in raising the pay of their hourly workers.
  • Increased business loans signal continued economic growth

    Robin Dubin, PhD, chair of economics, gave insight on reports that loans in the first quarter were up 12 percent over last year.
  • Marc Parnell, first-year economics major, places third in Spartan Challenge

    Sixteen student teams entered the Spartan Challenge, Case Western Reserve University's annual business start-up contest.
  • Roman Sheremeta comments on Putin's rosy picture of the Russian economy

    Sheremeta, assistant professor of economics, told Voice of America that Putin's assessment of an improving economy is at odds with the 17% inflation it recorded last year and the growing effect of sanctions.
  • Personal income up by 3.9% in Ohio, same as for U.S.

    Jenny Hawkins, PhD, visiting assistant professor of economics, analyzes the increase in personal income as it relates to recession recovery in Ohio.
  • Perspectives on what's driving our transitional economy

    Jack Kleinhenz and Susan Helper present their perspectives on the economy in transition and how consumer spending and manufacturing can contribute to continued economic growth at the 41st Bowers Economic Forecast Luncheon.
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