Courtemanche, Yelowitz Quoted in Wall Street Journal: "Covid Isn’t Done Changing the Life Insurance Industry Just Yet"
According to the story, the way life insurance is bought and sold will likely never be the same. What’s not so obvious: the long-term impacts of coronavirus on the insurance sector.
Mike Clark and Ken Troske spoke about the state's labor shortage on KET's "Kentucky Tonight."
Economics Ph.D student Hyein Kang was awarded a fellowship from the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy.
Yelowitz Featured in Vox: "California mandated masks. Florida opened its restaurants. Did any of it matter?"
Which Covid-19 restrictions really worked — and which ones really didn’t? Aaron Yelowitz shared his expertise with Vox.
Gail Hoyt will participate in a virtual panel entitled, "A Year of Blended Economics Education – taking stock and moving forward"
Ziliak Quoted in Philadelphia Inquirer: "One in seven recipients of SNAP benefits earned associate’s or bachelor’s degrees, census analysis shows"
“College still definitely pays off,” said Ziliak. “It’s a key to financial security.”
As Kentucky emerges from the pandemic, the focus is shifting to the state's economic outlook. Mike Clark speaks to LEX18.
Mike Clark shared the current economic picture with The Messenger.
Ziliak Quoted in Fortune: "Biden administration takes credit for reducing hunger, pushes for permanent changes"
James Ziliak shared his thoughts on President Biden's campaign to end hunger with Fortune.
Economics graduate Tiggany Ge is the new legislative director of the personal office of U.S. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell.