Tourism decline from floods may affect state Estes Park, one of Colorado’s most popular destinations, may see a significant decline in tourism due to flood-damaged roads, ultimately impacting Colorado’s economy. A drop in tourist visits to Estes Park as a result of flood-damaged roads could have a ripple effect through the rest of Colorado’s economy, […]
USDA – National Wildlife Research Center Research Associates from the Department of Economics To extend its capabilities for research and training, the NWRC establishes formal or informal cooperative programs with U.S. universities. Currently, three Economics graduate students are working on NWRC funded research projects: David Carpenter is a seventh year PhD candidate focusing […]
Amendment 66 could have a neutral economic impact on the state of Colorado, according to an analysis by the Department of Economics at Colorado State University.
Professor Stephan Weiler is the lead author of the second Colorado innovation report, just released.
Welcome to Cher Li and Elisa Belfiori, who will join our faculty in Fall 2013.
The College of Liberal Arts would like to recognize our faculty and students who received School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) awards for the 2013-2014 academic year. SoGES awards offer funding and training for faculty and students who are contributing their knowledge to sustainability science solutions. The mission of SoGES is to catalyze cross-disciplinary interactions […]
Stephan Weiler to speak at Federal Reserve Board conference on “Resilience and Rebuilding for Low-Income Communities.”
SPRING AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIP RECEPTION
Economics Department Presents Special Speaker, Dr. Dean Baker, Seminar “The Great Recession: The Forces that Make it Great”. April 17th, Clark A101, 3:30 – 5:00 pm.
Economics Department Seminar Series, Spring 2013