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How Biden's Build Back Better plan could help with housing in Colorado

Farmers hit with most disruptive price hikes, supply shortages in decades as pandemic slowdowns catch up to Colorado

Give the People What They Clearly Need: More National Parks

Small businesses struggle to hire even with improving unemployment rate

These are the industries where jobs still haven't returned

KUNC Audio and Article: The Story Behind Colorado's Pandemic Entrepreneurs

Video: SXSW 2021 | National Research on Independent Venues Kick Off

State Lawmakers Revive Kentucky’s Film Tax Credit

How the Feds Became the Leading Patrons of the Arts

Colorado ranchers already had beef with Jared Polis. Then came “MeatOut Day.”

Colorado Humanities kicks off conversation series on ‘Change in Rural Colorado’

Prison for the Poor, Anita Alves Pena discusses her research into the relationship between mass incarceration and inequality through stratification economics. Pena’s research finds that areas with higher income inequality have higher rates of incarceration and that these rates vary when broken down by racial and ethnic groups.

Report Finds Economic Mobility Remains Unattainable for Many Coloradans

Opinion: The American dream will fade without public investment in health, education

New Report: Economic Mobility for Colorado’s Low-Income Families(Press Release)

Colorado’s stagnant budget isn’t helping the shrinking middle class, report finds

Colorado’s stagnant budget isn’t helping the shrinking middle class, report finds

Artists want to turn the Sunday after Thanksgiving into Black Friday for art

The other side of the pandemic may look very different for big-box restaurant chains

Eagle County economic outlook remains murky

Kentucky Arts Groups Try Their Hand At Drive-In Style Shows In Parking Lots

What Happens to the Musicians When the Orchestra Music Stops? After years of music training, performers see jobs in classical venues and theaters suddenly dry up; 'no one expects an entire field to disappear

Prices of several grocery store items decline — others remain high - Featuring Dawn Thilmany

One Lost Weekend - New York Times

FIELD WORK Colorado farmers and ranchers adapt to uncertainties

Can government investment in the arts help lift Colorado, the U.S. out of the economy’s coronavirus slump?

COVID crisis: We need all hands on deck to save America's arts and culture economy

Report: Virus wiped out 29,840 jobs, years of growth

Economic recovery amid the COVID-19 pandemic may come from an unlikely place — dentist offices

July 2020: Farms Are Becoming Popular Staycation Destinations

July 2020: YOUNG CONSUMERS MIGHT BE MORE CAUTIOUS IN THE FUTURE

July 2020: COVID MIGHT PROVIDE AGRITOURISM WITH A BOUNCE

July 2020: CONSUMER SPENDING REMAINS UNCERTAIN AMID COVID-19

May 2020: Many will earn more on benefits than on the job, by Aldo Svaldi

December 2019: A Colorado Valley Built a Post-Coal Economy. Now the BLM Is Pushing Drilling, by Jason Plautz

May 2019: Colorado's Bus Driver Shortage. Part 1: The Problem, by Andy Bosselman in StreetsBlog Denver, featuring Stephan Weiler

February 2019: JPMorgan Leads Banks’ Flight from Poor Neighborhoods, by Michelle Davis in Bloomberg Business, featuring Stephan Weiler

February 2019: A Little Country Hospitality, by Marilyn Kennedy Melia in ABA Bank Marketing, featuring Luke Petach and Stephan Weiler

 

 

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE INVESTS $595,654 IN CARES ACT RECOVERY ASSISTANCE TO LAUNCH PROGRAM TO SUPPORT REGIONAL ECONOMIES IN COLORADO

Economic Impact of CSU System

[Watch Webinar] The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on U.S. Food Manufacturers-Tues. March 31, 2020

Finding Economic Connections in the Urban/Rural Divide

THE RHETORIC OF (RE)DEVELOPMENT
by Carol Busch

College of Liberal Arts Enjoys Successful Fulbright Award Season

April 2017 - Getting REDI: New Institute Focuses on Economics of Urban and Rural Areas - by Beth Etter, on CSU SOURCE

April 2017 - CSU Launches Regional Economic Development Institute - by Pat Ferrier, in the Fort Collins Coloradoan

 

Recent Publications and Presentations

Video Presentation: Exploring Food Supply Chain Disruptions: US and Colorado Perspectives Dawn Thilmany - June 2021

The Colorado On-Demand Economy: Lessons from focus groups

August 2019: 3rd Annual San Luis Valley Economic Summit- presentation by Stephan Weiler

May 2019: Meet Professor Stephan Weiler, Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair at the University of Birmingham, three-part blog on the City-REDI Blog

May 2019: Place Matters: Unlocking the Growing Global Puzzle of Inequality - lecture by Stephan Weiler at the University of Birmingham

April 2019: Meet Professor Stephan Weiler, Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair at the University of Birmingham, on the City-REDI Blog

April 2019: NAWS at 30, at the UC Davis Gifford Center for Population Studies, featuring Anita Alves Pena

February 2019: Inward Investment in the Birmingham City Region, on the City-REDI Blog

February 2019: Where Europe Would Be Hurt Most by a No-Deal Brexit, featuring partner institute research, by Allison McCann, Milan Schreuer, and Amie Tsang, in the New York Times

February 2019: City-REDI launches the West Midlands Economic Monitor, on the City-REDI Blog

 

 

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