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Mihaylo Economics Professor Robert Michaels Retires After 47 Years of Teaching

Mihaylo Economics Professor Robert Michaels has spent more than 47 years studying and teaching business. His specialty is industrial economics, particularly related to the electricity and natural gas fields. He looks back on his career, with advice for today’s students … Continue reading

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The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of America’s Rust Belt Economies

Parts of the Great Lakes and Northeast U.S. are known as the “Rust Belt,” a region in which the loss of manufacturing jobs has devastated local economies as America transitions to a service economy. Many cities in this region are … Continue reading

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