Tag Archives: Economics

1917-2017: A Look Back at World War I, 100 Years Later

2017 marks the 100-year anniversary of American involvement in World War I, which would be the first large U.S. military involvement outside of the Western Hemisphere and the beginning of modern warfare. It was supposed to be “the war to … Continue reading

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Black Friday by the Numbers

Americans will turn out by the millions this Friday for the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. Here is a look at the key metrics and history of the annual consumer spending spree. This week, students will relish a … Continue reading

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Mihaylo Economic Forecast Provides a Three-Year Outlook for the Local and Global Economies

Former Mihaylo Dean and CSUF Provost Anil Puri and Mihaylo Associate Professor of Economics Mira Farka presented their annual economic forecast on Nov. 2. They discussed the local, national and global economic outlook in light of structural headwinds and news … Continue reading

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Book Club Expands Student Knowledge of Economics

From monetary policy to stock market performance, economic forces play a pivotal role in our financial reality. The Department of Economics has started the Economics Book Club this semester to engage students with the knowledge they need to succeed. Economics … Continue reading

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Seven Interesting Facts About Labor Day

Millions of Americans view Labor Day as the unofficial last day of summer. Sports fans recognize it as the start of football season. Yet it is also a day to honor the workers across all professions who power the world’s … Continue reading

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