Associate Professor of Economics
Ph.D., Economics, Univ. of Maryland
Ph.D., Economics, University of Maryland
Purdue University livestreams panels on COVID-19 supply chain disruptions and economic implications
Professors in the Krannert School of Management and College of Agriculture at Purdue University participated in an hourlong panel discussion and Q&A on May 18 about the disruptions to supply chains caused by COVID-19 and implications for consumers. Earlier in May, three Krannert faculty affiliates from the Purdue University Research Center in Economics (PURCE) hosted a Facebook Live event on the economic implications of COVID-19.
- Purdue economists: Americans unemployed due to COVID-19 lockdowns could be slow to return to work
The COVID-19 pandemic has paused the United States economy and resulted in historic levels of unemployment, and it’s unclear how easily the light switch can be turned back on, say Purdue University economists who specialize in public policy and labor markets.
- Krannert prof comments on economic impact of coronavirus pandemic
Professor Tim Moore, a faculty affiliate in the Purdue University Research Center in Economics (PURCE), was featured on a panel of local experts and decision-makers in an hourlong special about the coronavirus pandemic recently broadcast on WLFI TV 18. You can view his segment beginning at the 46-minute mark.
- Indiana students set to showcase classroom businesses at Purdue
Local elementary students will showcase businesses they developed through a Purdue University program that promotes entrepreneurship in the classroom. The Classroom Business Enterprise showcase will take place from 10:30 a.m. to noon April 10 in the Krannert Building's Krannert Drawing Room. The event will feature businesses started by students and teachers from schools in Lafayette and Frankfort, Indiana.