Closer to the Truth
New research shows how environmental policy could affect employment and whether measures intended to reduce climate change cause job losses.
Alhi N’guessan (M.A. in Economics’ 21) believes in using economics to alleviate the effects of climate change while minimizing future consequences.
Ashley Aguilar hopes to work in South Korea in the field of environmental economics.
A National Institutes of Health-funded study suggests the Tobacco Tax Equity Act of 2021 may not benefit public health, particularly in young e-cigarette users.
New research from the Georgia Policy Labs finds that students spend less than half their normal classroom time on virtual learning during the pandemic.
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies named new interim directors for the School of Social Work and the Public Finance Research Cluster.
For the first time in its 25-year history, the Andrew Young School of Policy has named two recipients each to its prestigious annual faculty and staff awards
Gregorio Macias Garcia grduates with his B.S. in Economics this spring and plans to pursue a master’s degree and eventually become a data scientist.
Economics major Alyssa Taitt (B.S., ’21) plans to puruse a Ph.D. so that she can help other nontraditional students, like herself, succeed.
A young girl selling eggplants in a market pointed Miriam Savane Massandje to her future at Georgia State and her career in International Development.