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Chancellor Gold interviews Dr. Chris Decker, professor and chair of the College of Business Administrations' Economics Department on UNO's Economic Impact.
The College of Public Affairs and Community Service is hosting a half-day exploration into the economic role that transportation plays across the state of Nebraska on April 5. The event is a kickoff event to Nebraska Public Transit Week.
The Omaha World-Herald recently interviewed Chris Decker Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Economics in UNO’s College of Business Administration about the economic impact of the College World Series.
A new analysis from UNO Economics Department Chair Chris Decker found that the Nebraska Business Development Center, which is housed at UNO, helped Nebraska businesses create or retain an estimated 1,858 jobs directly in Nebraska in 2017.
The teaching, research and outreach activities of the University of Nebraska grow the state’s economy by $4.5 billion every year.
A free, one day conference on the topic of China's economic impact on the world, particularly the United States, will take place at Mammel Hall on Thursday, Oct. 2
The results come from a second round of a surveys on the impact of COVID-19 in Nebraska’s business and nonprofit communities led UNO's Center for Public Affairs Research and Nebraska Business Development Center, as well as other agencies.
In this installment, Decker answers: “What kind of economic impact does the cancellation of March Madness, the College World Series and many fall sports have on our state and is the impact statewide or limited to Omaha and Lincoln?”
The Nebraska Business Development Center offers affordable advising, professional development and other specialized resources to help Nebraska businesses grow.
From the winner's podium to economic impact; UNO experts use data to back predictions for a summer with no College World Series.