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John Rosen and Mike Lawlor, professors at the University of New Haven, comment on marijuana legalization in Connecticut and its effects.

New Haven Register: You Can Study Pot at UConn, but CT Communities Not Rushing into Marijuana Economy

Luther Turmelle

7/19/21, 10:00 AM

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, discusses how inflation is affecting the road to economic recovery post-pandemic.

The Washington Times: Biden ignores bipartisan warnings, insists spike in inflation is ‘temporary’

David Boyer and Jeff Mordock

7/19/21, 4:00 AM

Jan Louise Jones, lecturer and program coordinator of hospitality and tourism, says that even though bus travel is on the rise, there are staffing shortages causing issues.

NBC News: With almost 50 million Americans traveling on July 4 weekend, you may need to pack your patience

Harriet Baskas

6/30/21, 5:20 PM

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, talks about the types of commodities that are still struggling to keep up with consumer demand.

NECN: Price Hikes, Product Shortages Could Continue Even as Pandemic Winds Down

Katelyn Flint

6/30/21, 4:00 AM

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, and Angeli Gianchandani, brand marketing specialist and practitioner-in-residence, discuss Whole Foods' ever evolving business strategy.

New Haven Register: Whole Foods expansion leaves a hole along Connecticut's shoreline

Luther Turmelle

6/28/21, 10:00 AM

John Rosen, an adjunct professor at the University of New Haven Pompea College of Business, joins this week’s Face the Facts to discuss Connecticut’s economic recovery.

NBC Connecticut: Are we really on track for economic recovery post-pandemic?

Mike Hydeck

6/27/21, 3:00 PM

John Rosen, an adjunct economics professor at the University of New Haven, discusses inflation abroad.

Washington Examiner: Inflation fears grow in United Kingdom

Zachary Halaschak

6/23/21, 7:09 PM

Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, comments on planning your trip and checking on restrictions before you leave.

ChrisElliott.com: Uh-oh! Travel labor problem points to summer trouble



6/20/21, 4:00 AM

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, discusses inflation and real estate.

Forbes Advisor: 3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Stress Over Inflation In Retirement

Taylor Tepper

6/7/21, 7:54 PM

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, discusses consumer spending throughout the pandemic.

The Washington Examiner: Housing boom creates monthslong back orders for furniture

Zachary Halaschak

6/2/21, 10:25 AM

Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, comments on the states using back to work bonuses for those currently on unemployment

The Washington Times: States eye return-to-work bonuses in lieu of unemployment benefits

David Sherfinski

5/25/21, 4:00 AM

Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, comments on the economic plan being released this weekend by the Biden administration.

The Washington Times: Biden economic assumptions in doubt as spending talks hit impasse



David Sherfinski

5/24/21, 4:00 AM

Gil Fried, professor and chair of sport management, comments on what happens to the fans when sports and politics collide.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Gene Collier: Sports are fully invested in post-George Floyd realities



Gene Collier

5/23/21, 9:58 AM

George Synodi, vice president for finance and administration, comments on the benefits of Allingtown development for students and the University of New Haven.

CT Post: Delayed by pandemic, West Haven officials say Allingtown development to reboot



Brian Zahn

5/22/21, 1:24 PM

Jason Chung, associate professor and executive director of Esport Business Programs, talks about a recent study indicating the majority of children playing video games do not become addicted.

Local 12 Cincinnati: When does playing video games become an addiction?



Victoria Sanchez

5/21/21, 4:00 AM

Summer Johnson McGee, dean of the School of Health Sciences, and Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, comment on how companies may decide when to have employees return to work in office buildings.

Washington Examiner: Companies begin plotting a return to in-office work



Zachary Halaschak

5/21/21, 3:00 AM

William Carbone, senior lecturer and director of Experiential Education, comments on a bill raising the minimum age for arrest from 7 to 10 years old.

CT News Junkie: Bill Raising Minimum Age for Childrens’ Arrests Pending


Lisa Backus

5/20/21, 4:00 PM

Gil Fried, professor and chair of sport management, comments on the potential for confrontations in the stands when stadiums return to full capacity.

Maryland Matters: Stadium Capacity Limits are Easing, But Don’t Expect Big Crowds Right Away



Bruse DePuyt

5/19/21, 4:00 AM

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, discusses business recovery as the post-COVID era emerges.

Eyewitness News 3:  Experts expecting tourism, hospitality industries to start bouncing back as CT reopens

5/18/21, 4:00 AM

Gil Fried, professor and chair of sport management, comments that sports fans in the stadium should still wear facemasks.

CNBC: Here’s what experts say about attending sporting events under CDC’s new guidelines



Jabari Young

5/14/21, 4:43 PM