Andrew Young School Ranks Among the Nation’s Top 20 Public Affairs Graduate Schools
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is once again in the 20 top-ranked public affairs graduate schools according to U.S. News & World Report.
Economist Tim Sass Ranks Among Nation’s Top 200 Education Researchers
Tim Sass, economist & faculty director of the Metro Atlanta Policy Lab for Education, was named as a top-200 education influencer.
Raising Taxes on e-Cigarettes Increases Cigarette Sales, New Research Shows
According to a new study increasing taxes on e-cigarettes in an attempt to cut vaping may cause people to purchase more traditional cigarettes.
Record Number of Andrew Young School Alums Named to 40 Under 40
Eight graduates of the Andrew Young School are among the Georgia State University Alumni Association’s 2020 class of distinguished alumni under 40.
New Research Uncovers the Downside of Ridesharing and Alcohol Consumption
New research finds that ridesharing services, which keep drunk drivers off the road, are also likely to increase excessive levels of alcohol consumption.
Georgia State University Economist Elected to National Tax Association Board
Georgia State University economist Carlianne Patrick has been elected to the 15-member board of the National Tax Association.
People Skills Benefit Workers and Economies During Recessions, Georgia State University Study Shows
A new study finds that occupations characterized by high cognitive and people skill requirements are generally less sensitive to recessions.