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Department of Economics launches short paper competition

Effort encourages exploration of economics program and current events in the industry.

Will Tucson benefit from Super Bowl LVII?

A marketing expert says the whole state will benefit from the upcoming game.

Another wave of supply chain issues

While eggs prices have risen, some food prices are decreasing, says a supply chain expert.

Eight ASU online business programs rank in US News’ top 10

In the newest U.S. News & World Report online program rankings, the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University ranked top 10 across eight programs and disciplines, including taking the top spot for online bachelor’s in business programs.

Consumer products are still experiencing 'shrinkflation.' Could it get worse in 2023?

An ASU supply chain expert discusses the logic of companies charging more for less product.

Four MLB greats elected to Cactus League Hall of Fame

ASU researchers assess the local economic impact of Cactus League baseball.

When will 'shrinkflation' end?

An ASU supply chain expert predicts when consumers might see an end to the practice of charging higher prices for less product.

Major economic impact anticipated in metro Phoenix for hosting Super Bowl LVII

Research indicates region may see as much as $600 million in economic activity.

Phoenix among top in nation for soaring costs

Even though inflation has driven prices up, an ASU economist says there is some good news.

Arizona home building nosedives amid recession concerns

But Valley builders can help prevent a future spike in home prices, says an ASU real estate expert.