Dr. Sandra Ehrlich Appointed Director of Graduate Business Programs
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Sandra G. Ehrlich on her new appointment as Director of Graduate Business Programs at the College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP).
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Business Plan Competition Deadline Extended
The 2020 CBPP Business Plan Competition's purpose is to inspire and encourage entrepreneurship and economic development. Business Plans must now be submitted by 5:00 P.M. on February 1, 2020.
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Darren Prokop: Alaska and the Jones Act
The Merchant Marine Act (1920) outlines one of the most consequential non-tariff barriers (NTBs) in U.S. history, and June 5th will mark its 100th anniversary.
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Darren Prokop’s New Article in FreightWaves
Transportation is a double-edged sword in international trade. It is necessary to facilitate trade but if it is too expensive for the consignor and/or the consignee to bear then the transaction will not take place. Tariffs are a blunt instrument and add to trade frictions between countries.
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Dr. Kevin Berry Analyzes Bike to Work Day
Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) Assistant Professor of Economics, Dr. Kevin Berry, recently published a report for Bike Anchorage and the Municipality of Anchorage estimating and evaluating the impact of organized promotional events on the number of individuals cycling to work in Anchorage, Alaska, specifically “Bike to Work Day” (BTWD).
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