Ma received a "best paper" award for "Sorting over flood risk and implications for policy reform," with Laura Bakkensen at the University of Arizona. 

Chris Bollinger was recently quoted in The Atlantic. 

"The Internet as a Tax Haven?" will be published in the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy

Students Ben Davison, Jaclyn Fischesser, Luke Schlake, Wyatt Flick, and Caleb Buckman won first place in the 2021 Econ Games. 

Lala Ma will join a panel of experts for an online event focused on the history and policy of environmental justice. 

Lugauer and co-authors used data on more than 100 million births in the United States to examine whether fertility behavior anticipates economic recessions. 

Benguria's recent work is a model of the selection of exporters and importers into trading pairs based on findings from matched exporter-importer data. 

Gail Hoyt and Darshak Patel have been highly ranked in an examination of the first 50 years of the Journal of Economic Education.

James Ziliak will chair a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine panel tasked with improving the nation’s Supplemental Poverty Measure (SPM).

Describing the many ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic affected Kentucky’s economy, the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) — the applied economic research branch of the Gatton College of Business and Economics at the University of Kentucky — released its 49th Kentucky Annual Economic Report today.