Economics News Archive

  • Experts forecast slower U.S. economic growth

    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Mark Sniderman, executive-in-residence at the Weatherhead School of Management, explained why economic growth is expected to be slower than in previous decades. "The recession has been over for a while and this traditional investment hasn’t picked up in a significant way," he said.
  • Weatherhead announces 2015 faculty awards

    These Weatherhead colleagues have been selected as exemplars in each of the areas of the management profession: research, teaching and service.
  • DOC's Chief Economist: Looking out for manufacturing's little guy

    Susan Helper, PhD, the Chief Economist for U.S. Department of Commerce and Frank Tracy Carlton Professor of Economics (on leave), is Industry Week's Manufacturing Leader of the Week.
  • 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.