The history — and future — of the defense industry in Arizona

An ASU economist discusses how Arizona's climate and affordable land shaped the state's defense equipment industry.

ASU economics students receive assistance, guidance from peer tutoring program

The W. P. Carey School of Business is proud to name the Fall 2023 Undergraduate Economics Instructional Scholars (UEIS) — current economics students who have been nominated to serve as tutors for 300-level and 400-level courses.

It's been a summer of economic girl power in the Valley and across the nation

An ASU expert discusses how Barbie, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift have impacted Arizona's economy.

How Barbie, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift are affecting economics

ASU expert says local economies are benefitting from women prioritizing experiences over goods.

Student loan repayments will hit economy; how hard depends on who’s being hit

ASU expert estimates the average individual annual student loan repayment in Arizona to be $6,000.

Housing crisis will worsen

ASU expert says deficit and rising costs will continue to impact the housing crisis.

Student loan payments expected to pull billions of dollars out of local economy

Median income families will put roughly 8% of their paychecks towards monthly student loan repayments, says ASU expert.

Six reasons to retire in Arizona

The state's property and income taxes are retiree-friendly, ASU expert says.

Why have the gas prices in Phoenix stayed so high in 2023?

ASU expert says delayed refinery maintenance limited gas supply.

States where unemployment claims are increasing the most

ASU expert says pausing interest rates could prevent a recession.