Economists Shed Light on Impact of North Slope Oil Boom on Local Employment
Mouhcine Guettabi and Alex James, both professors in the College of Business and Public Policy’s Department of Economics, collaborated on “Who benefits from an Oil Boom? Evidence from a Unique Alaska Data Set,” which appears in the November issue of Resource and Energy Economics.
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Entrepreneurship at New Highs Say Judges for UAA Business Plan Competition
UAA’s Business Plan Competition is designed to inspire and encourage economic development and entrepreneurship. The number of people coming forward with new and innovative business ideas is way up during the pandemic, said several speakers during the competition’s kick-off event last month.
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Donors Raise $25,499 for CBPP Programs
Over a whirlwind 49 hours from October 21-23, donors participated in the first ever UA Giving Day, choosing to support a number of programs throughout the UA system.
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Business Plan Competition will Kick-off with Business-savvy Speakers
Join Dr. Helena S. Wisniewski and a panel of judges and entrepreneurs on a virtual Kick-off to CBPP's 2021 Business Plan Competition, Friday, October 30 from 6:30-8 pm.
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Dr. Chad Briggs Briefs National and International Groups on Disinformation and Hybrid Warfare
Dr. Chad Briggs contributed expertise on the topic of hybrid and cyber warfare to a conference organized by the Emerging Security Challenges division of NATO’s Partnership for Peace Consortium. The week-long online conference was based in Munich, Germany, and included around 50 experts from Europe and North America.
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