Dean Farmer, an economics and political science major, is one of 3 recipients who have received UK’s highest honor for humanitarian efforts — the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award.
The University of Kentucky Gaines Center for the Humanities has selected undergraduate students as new scholars for the Gaines Fellowship Program. This highly competitive and prestigious program selects 12 UK students each academic year.
University of Kentucky students win 2nd and 3rd place in the annual 2022 Econ Games, an annual data competition sponsored by Fischer Homes and co-founded by Dr. Darshak Patel and Dr. Abdullah Al-Bahrani.
Dr. Aaron Yelowitz, Professor of Economics, testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship in a hearing entitled "Small Business Franchising: An Overview of the Industry, SBA’s Role, and Legislative Proposals."
"Welfare Reform and the Intergenerational Transmission of Dependence," published in Journal of Political Economy
Hartley, Lamarche and Ziliak published in one of the Top 5 journals in Economics profession.
Outlining the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect Kentucky’s economy, (CBER) — the applied economic research branch released its 50th Kentucky Annual Economic Report today.
Professor Gail Hoyt’s ECO 410, ‘Economics of Altruism,’ course has made it a mission to make meaningful contributions to local nonprofit organizations by understanding their purpose, operations, and areas of development.
Embarking upon a new year, with a multitude of challenges, the economic recovery continues globally and regionally, bringing a new year of recovery.
Economist Ken Troske is in the business of untangling complex webs of information — sometimes seemingly conflicting — and providing context while identifying prevailing trends.
An experiential learning opportunity for students to apply economic learnings in a real-world setting.