He wants to repeal the estate tax, simplify the individual tax code and slash the rates corporations pay. Let’s consider each in turn.
97-year-old WWII Vet Stanley “Stan” Lucero Sepulbeda dreamed of experiencing the opening day at the new CSU Stadium. The Department of Economics made that dream happen.
Dr. Alexandra Bernasek traveled to Hanoi, Vietnam in November of 2016 to teach the ninth cohort of a partnership between Foreign Trade University (FTU) and Colorado State University.
Edward Barbier’s path to becoming one of the world’s leading environmental and resource economists began as a kid, when he saw developing nations firsthand as his father’s government service took the family to southeast Asia.
With his first year at CSU now under his belt, College of Liberal Arts Dean Ben Withers has announced plans to elevate the visibility and vitality of the college by increasing the support and impact of faculty scholarship.
Just like the rest of us, governments must borrow when they spend more money than they receive.
A college education is increasingly necessary for success in today’s economy. It’s also increasingly expensive.
The real reason so few families use 529 plans, however, is that they don’t actually make college more affordable.
America’s middle class is in deep trouble. Signs of its decline are everywhere, from stagnant incomes and falling wealth to soaring household debt and the rise of populist politicians promising a return to the “glory days.”