Economics

Research by Associate Professor of Economics Esteban Aucejo and his co-author found that what shows up as a major racial discrepancy would be smaller if the level of participation in education between genders within race were more proportional.

Hear from the most accurate economic forecaster Sam Kahan of ACT Research.

The Economic Club of Phoenix, hosted by the W. P. Carey School of Business, announces 2019-20 speaker lineup.

A study released earlier this year by Arizona State University economists — and commissioned by a trade association representing importers of Mexican tomatoes — showed how the prices of most varieties of tomatoes would spike if Mexican imports fell by half.

A new study found that people with more grocery stores close to home and workers who pass more fast-food restaurants on their commute have higher odds of being overweight or obese.