Coal country has options. But a long legacy of hope, promises and failure has instilled a political inertia that won’t soon be overcome.
Downtowns and the state’s cornerstone are under the gun from a pandemic response that necessitates curtailing economic activity. Economists predict prolonged impacts.
WyoFile special edition looks at legislative and regulatory efforts to soften the impact of an ongoing and looming economic transition and what they mean for the free market.
Economies change, writes guest columnist Jason Shogren. But when that happens, the question is whether to rip off the metaphorical Band-Aid, or take the time to gently trim away the tape from the skin.
UW’s Haub school lands new endowed faculty position for ‘conservation economics’
The University of Wyoming’s Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources gained a new endowed faculty position; the Knobloch Excellence Chair for Conservation Economics and Finance.
The $2 million …