Jim Ziliak, quoted in the The New York Times: Biden Administration Prompts Largest Permanent Increase in Food Stamps. Ziliak is the Department Chair; Gatton Endowed Chair in Microeconomics; University Research Professor and Director of the Center for Poverty Research.
Darshak Patel's paper, "Can financial literacy education reduce the use of Medicaid and SNAP?" co-authored with Abdullah Al Bahrani (UKY Economics PhD `10 and associate professor of economics at Northern Kentucky University) and Jamie Weathers (assistant professor of Finance at Western Michigan University) recently published in Financial Services Review.
Ana María Herrera's paper "Impulse response analysis for structural dynamic models with nonlinear regressors, " (co-authored with Silvia Goncalves, Lutz Kilian and Elena Pesavento) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Econometrics.
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.
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"
“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.