As inflation hits 8.5% nationally, it's even higher in Arizona. Here's what to know

How high is inflation in Arizona? Who, or what is to blame for it? An ASU economist answers, citing sharp housing price hikes around metro Phoenix and high gasoline prices.

Supply chains: Why sustainability is the best form of risk management

An ASU supply chain expert talks to GARP about how managing the sustainability of your supply chain is the best approach to risk management.

Phoenix real estate expert says housing bubble not likely to occur

An ASU real estate expert predicts a slower increase in home prices over the next few months, then some leveling off toward the end of the year. Arizona is still an attractive destination compared to California and other states.

U.S. inflation rose at fastest rate in 40 years, Valley grew even faster

The last time inflation was this high was in 1981, and the solution then was a severe tightening of credit that tipped the economy into recession, according to an ASU economist.

Phoenix suffers from population growth and a highest-in-the-nation inflation rate

CNBC’s Valerie Castro interviews an ASU economist about Phoenix, which is struggling with population growth and the highest inflation rate in the nation.

Physicians can play formal, informal roles in the health care supply chain

To be successful, physicians who participate in supply chain must have good communication skills and curiosity about supplies.

When driving up debt makes sense

What 'Great Resignation?' A visiting fellow at the Federal Reserve of San Francisco and a professor of economics at ASU shares his thoughts on the economy in relation to what's also known as the 'Big Quit' and the 'Great Reshuffle,' an ongoing economic trend in which employees have voluntarily re

Lowering gas prices: President Biden releases 180M barrels of oil from strategic reserve

One ASU economist calls it a good start, but a temporary fix.

ASU economists on inflation, employment, and the housing market at Economic Outlook

One of the longest-running, most in-demand forecast events in Arizona live on Zoom May 4.

Why one of America’s largest tent cities sprang up in Phoenix

Over the past several months, a homeless encampment near downtown Phoenix has grown to about 1,000 people.