Posts Tagged ‘ Bureau of Business Research ’

Rosenbaum guides examination of energy-efficiency program impacts

Apr 1st, 2011 | By | Category: Employee News, Feb. 24

David Rosenbaum will lead a team examining the impacts of two state-sponsored energy efficiency programs. Rosenbaum is associate director of the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, and a professor of economics. Other members of the team include researchers from UNL’s Bureau of Business Research, the Bureau of Sociological Research and the […]

Forecasters see sustained growth in state’s economy

Feb 4th, 2010 | By | Category: Campus News, February 4, 2010, Issue

The Nebraska Business Forecast Council is providing an optimistic economic outlook for Nebraska over the next two years, and estimates broad-based growth in the state’s economy during that span. Members of the 12-person Nebraska Business Forecast Council include John Austin, professor of economics; Bruce Johnson, professor of agricultural economics; and Eric Thompson, associate professor and […]

Research gauges ‘eco-engagement’ impact in Namibia, central Nebraska

Nov 12th, 2009 | By | Category: Issue, November 12, 2009, Research

Nebraska and Namibia might be half a world apart – 8,744 miles, to be exact – but the two wildly different places do have a few things in common. Nebraska has sand hills. Namibia has sand dunes. Both boast vast grasslands. Nebraska has cranes. Namibia has cheetahs. OK, that last link isn’t so obvious. But […]