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The Sam M. Walton College of Business

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  • Talk Business & Politics: UA Walton economist Mervin Jebaraj discusses the new NAFTA preliminary agreement as well as a host of other economic readings
  • Harrison Daily: Economic Breakfast
  • Harrison Daily: Consumers driving GDP
  • Arvest Blog-Skyline Report: Commercial real estate vacancy rate increases
  • Arkansas Business: Report: NWA commercial vacancy rate increased
  • nwahomepage.com: Real estate report has positive outlook about NWA (KNWA)
  • nwahomepage.com: Real estate report has positive outlook about NWA (Fox 24)
  • Talk Business & Politics: Vacancy rate increases for commercial real estate in Northwest Arkansas
  • NWAOnline: Fayetteville airport's fuel sales fly high; Football fans behind boost
  • Arkansas Business: Northwest Arkansas' Task Working on good problems
  • ArkansasOnline: Arkansas home sales climb 10.2% in July
  • NWAOnline:  News in brief-State of the Region Report, Quarterly Business Analysis
  • University of Arkansas NEWS: State of Northwest Arkansas Region Report to Be Released Sept. 25
  • Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette: Arkansas jobless rate inches lower
  • Talk Business & Politics: Don't bet on it: Impact in Arkansas of legalized sports gambling unclear
  • Talk Business & Politics: Randolph County residents will likely vote on alcohol sales in November
  • Arkansas Money & Politics: Tariffs & Arkansas trade
  • KARK.com: Conflicted opinions over $12 billion farming bailout
  • Talk Business and Politics: UA Walton College economist Mervin Jebaraj analyzes the data surrounding GOP tax cuts and their impact on the data surrounding GOP tax cuts and their impact on the economy, Mervin Jebaraj 7.29.2018
  • Talk Business & Politics: Corporations benefitting from tax cuts, wages flat and consumer spending affected by higher costs
  • nwahomepage.com: Conflicted opinions over $12 billion farming bailout
  • NWAOnline: State's 3.8 percent jobless rate hanging on for fifth-straight month
  • ArkansasOnline: Chinese AC maker buys Springdale firm
  • ArkansasOnline: UA to retain post on economic efforts
  • KNWA News: Arkansas could be affected by Chinese tariffs
  • Roby Brock interview: Economist Mervi Jebaraj discusses tariffs, trade, deficit growth and personal income data.
  • KASU: Economist Mervin Jebaraj on tariffs and trade
  • Talk Business & Politics: June sales tax revenue jumps 10.6% across Northwest Arkansas
  • Southern Political Reort: Arkansas: Gov. Hutchinson favored; US Rep. Hill in close race
  • Talk Business & Politics: June sales tax revenue jumps 10.6% across Northwest Arkansas
  • ArkansasOnline: Arkansas more diverse, older in census data; migration to urban areas continues
  • Talk Business & Politics: June sales tax revenue jumps 10.6% across Northwest Arkansas
  • Arkansas Business: Springdale hopes to maintain new momentum downtown
  • WNIN Tri State Public Media, Inc. For Arkansas soybean growers, tariff troubles one of many
  • UALR Pulbic Radio: For Arkansas soybean growers, tariff troubles one of many
  • NWAOnline: Arkansas more diverse, older in census data; migration to urban areas continues
  • NWAOnline: Guest commentary: Northwest Arkansas can shape housing future with bold action-Growth puts pressures on affordability
  • ArkansasOnline:  State's jobless rate stays 3.8% in May
  • AETN: Arkansas week June 8, 2018
  • NWAOnline: Local residents call for more affordable, connected, diverse housing
  • Talk Business & Politics: The Supply Side: Suppliers' presence in Northwest Arkansas created real estate boom
  • TalkBusiness & Politics: Springdale summit to focus on vision for downtown development
  • NWAhomepage.com:  WEB EXTRA: Combating rising housing prices in NWA
  • ArkansasOnline: April housing sales rise 4.5% in state
  • NWAOnline:  Guest commentary: Northwest Arkansas can shape housing future with bold action
  • NWAOnline: Local residents call for more affordable, connected, diverse housing
  • ArkansasOnline: State's jobless rate stays 3.8% in May
  • ArkansasOnline: Food-delivery services making big gains, including in Arkansas
  • Arkansas Week:Arkansas weeks tariffs and trades June 8,2018 
  • Talk Business on KASU: Economist Mervin Jebaraj on shifting Arkansas economy & population
  • Talk Business & Politics: Gov. Hutchinson, Arkansas industry officials concerned about new Trump trade tariffs
  • NWAOnline: Doug Thompson: Growth vs. decline the state's biggest change goes on
  • ArkansasOnline: Memphis overflow into Arkansas slim; river a barrier to suburban growth
  • Talk Business & Politics: Farm income contributing to volatility in state GDP
  • Talk Business & Politics: New Census research planned on earnings outcomes for college grads
  • NWAOnline: Cities face challenges of multifamily housing
  • NWAOnline Morning Update: Cities face challenges of multifamily housing
  • NWAOnline: Housing obstacles challenge homeless
  • The Wall Street Journal: Walmarts hometown has become a mecca for luxury home buyers
  • UA Walton College economist Mervin Jebaraj explains what's at work in the Arkansas economy, including GDP, population shifts, and the farm bill
  • ArkansasOnline: Arkansas' towns fade as suburbs flourish; census data show metro-area growth
  • ArkansasOnline: State's job growth seen as slowing
  • Talk Business & Politics: Washington County ranks18th nationally in wage growth wages statewide up 2.5%
  • Talk Business & Politics: Northwest Arkansas economy grows despite workforce challenges, housing costs
  • NWAOnline: Housing initiative concludes with design competition in Bentonville
  • ArkansasOnline: State jobless rate holds at 3.8%
  • Arkansas Business: NAFTA talks don't panic PAM Transport
  • ArkansasOnline:  Tyson's $850M will buy renderer
  • University of Arkansas Newswire: Housing NWA professional design competition winners announced
  • ArkansasOnline: BEA: Arkansas sees 36th ranking in 2017 GDP growth despite fourth quarter momentum
  • ArkansasOnline: In Arkansas, housing sales fall
  • Arkansas Business: Residential lots scarce as NWA draws a crowd