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.
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.
LIVE. LEARN. INTERN. in Washington, DC
June 6 – July 31
Extended Deadline: April 7, 2015
**Scholarship Funding Available**
Are you still deciding what to do this summer? It’s not too late to spend 8 weeks in Washington, DC completing an internship, earning credit, and expanding your professional network.
Unlike many other Washington, DC internship programs, we guarantee you an internship placement with a federal agency, embassy, government affairs office, media outlet, policy group, or nonprofit organization. Our staff works to place you with an organization that fits your skills and career goals. You’ll gain real-world experience that will set you apart when it’s time to find your first job after graduation.
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Scott Shane, professor of economics, analyzes innovation in small businesses compared to innovation in larger companies and concludes that small-business innovation might be weaker than observers have argued.