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Economics Faculty Completed Economic Impact Study for Mountain Home

Economics faculty Guido Giuntini, Don Holley and Anne Walker, and graduate student Steve Hall recently completed an economic impact study for the city of Mountain Home’s Economic Development Office in collaboration with the Idaho Policy Institute. Mountain Home is looking to … (Read More) Economics Faculty Completed Economic Impact Study for Mountain Home

Geoff Black Research on Small Modular Reactors Published as Technical Report

Geoffrey Black, a professor in the Department of Economics, has recently had his research about the use of small modular reactors published as a technical report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Small modular reactions create energy using nuclear … (Read More) Geoff Black Research on Small Modular Reactors Published as Technical Report

Christy Suciu Awarded Integrated e-Learning Modules Mini-Grant

Christy Suciu, a lecturer in the Department of Management,  has been awarded an Integrated e-Learning Modules Mini-Grant from the Kern Family Foundation. The mission of this grant is to deploy The Role of Product in Value Creation e-Learning module. This mission … (Read More) Christy Suciu Awarded Integrated e-Learning Modules Mini-Grant

Jonathan Krutz Interviewed about Idaho’s Proposition One

Jonathan Krutz recently was interviewed by Idaho Politics Weekly columnist Chuck Malloy about Idaho’s Proposition 1. Malloy’s column appeared in several Idaho newspapers – you can read it in the Coeur d’Alene/Post Falls Press here. In the piece, Krutz discussed … (Read More) Jonathan Krutz Interviewed about Idaho’s Proposition One

Michail Fragkias

Michail Fragkias, associate professor in the Department of Economics, was invited to participate in a panel discussion at the general session of the 2018 Idaho Association of Counties Annual Conference. The panel was titled “Economic Development in Changing Times” and was held … (Read More) Michail Fragkias

Economic Professors Created Feasibility Study on Parking in Mountain Home Downtown

Economics faculty Don Holley, Guido Giuntini and Anne Walker and graduate student Steve Hall recently completed a project with the Economic Development office of Mountain Home. The project is a feasibility parking study of the Mountain Home downtown area regarding … (Read More) Economic Professors Created Feasibility Study on Parking in Mountain Home Downtown

Professor Kent Neupert Quoted in Aspatore Incubator Story in IBR

Kent Neupert, professor in the Department of Management, was quoted in the Idaho Business Review August 10 in “Aspatore opens startup incubator in Boise.” In the article, Neupert discusses the contribution to the local economy and how COBE will work … (Read More) Professor Kent Neupert Quoted in Aspatore Incubator Story in IBR