The October federal government shutdown left many Floridians pessimistic about the U.S. economy.
In partnership with the University’s Center for European Studies, BEBR created an easily accessible database summarizing key economic data on trade and trade horizons between Florida, Europe and Latin America.
A look at current policies provides context to understanding data on issues of changing technologies in our homes and personal transportation.
A recent survey found that older adults in Florida are regularly accessing the internet and social media for health information. This is exciting news for health educators and practitioners as it opens up new avenues for dialogue and dissemination of information.
The effect of recent increases in home value on additional household spending is not overwhelming, but it helps and is a welcome change of direction.
Florida’s labor market is polarizing. Florida’s lack of high-skill jobs and low investment in education, along with baby boom retirements, mean low-skill jobs will likely replace vanishing mid-skill jobs more so than in the rest of the US.
Florida was a hotly contested battleground state in the 2012 Presidential election, and the electorate was inundated with polls. Now that the election is behind us, we ask: how accurate were they?
Do the frequent lighting strikes in Florida impact business growth? This analysis questions the popular theory.
How did the economic boom and bust of the past decade affect Florida's population growth? As this article shows, it had a huge impact.
A new ranking by four economists places University of Florida as the number nine public university.