Arizona gas prices are up 20 cents in a week. Experts explain why

According to AAA, gas prices are an average of $4.48 in Maricopa County.

Partisan gerrymandering can reduce access to credit, study finds

A study by an ASU finance expert found lawmakers from politically drawn districts tend to be less sensitive to voters' needs and put less pressure on lenders.

ASU expert weighs in on Sarver suspension

Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury owner Robert Sarver saw companies such as PayPal threaten to end their business relationship with the organization if he remained connected to the team after being suspended for "racist, misogynistic, and hostile" behavior.

Inflation in metro Phoenix is double that of cities like San Francisco and New York. Here's why

An ASU economist says the Consumer Price Index around the Valley rose at a 13% pace over the 12 months through August, compared to U.S. inflation of 8.3%.

Gas prices are falling across the country, but not in Arizona. Here's why

According to AAA data, gas prices in Arizona are up nearly 90 cents from a year ago. An ASU economist says it’ll take time to see prices back to something ‘more normal.'

Student loan forgiveness to benefit 43 million Americans

An ASU economist weighs in on how student loan relief will affect the economy.

Google to pay Arizona $85M in privacy suit that alleged 'deceptive' location tracking

An ASU information systems expert says Google's primary source of revenue comes from ads and that the internet giant may be willing to settle with the state to avoid incurring more costs through a court decision and legal precedence not in their favor.

Interest rate goes up to highest level in 14 years as Fed attempts to slow inflation

An ASU supply chain expert says consumers will spend more financing cars or small businesses, and interest will go up on credit card balances.

Understanding artificial intelligence spending by the U.S. federal government

Researchers, including an ASU accountancy professor, explore federal financial transactions and exchanges to understand the government market for AI work, the hardware, software, and services being purchased, as well as legislators who allocate the money, program managers who spend the money, and

ASU economist rates Lake's, Hobbs' plans for inflation

ASU economist who's advised governors for 40 years shares his litmus test on the tax policy plans of Democrat Katie Hobbs, the secretary of state, and Republican Kari Lake, a former TV news anchor.