Business & Economics

Minimum Wage Study Turns Up Surprising Results (Winter 07)

Sante Fe wage hike hurt less-educated workers, according to a study by Aaron Yelowitz.

Growing New Business in the Bluegrass (Fall 2004)

John Parks talks about his vision for the 735-acre UK Coldstream Research Campus and what it has to offer pharmaceutical, ag biotech and manufacturing systems businesses.

Joe Fink: Leading the Entrepreneurial Charge at UK (Summer 2003)

Fink works with faculty, staff and students to optimize opportunities to develop intellectual property and relationships with corporations that result in sponsored research and licensing.

2002-2003 University Research Professors (Spring 2003)

Thomas Leinbach: Bolstering Indonesia's Rural Economy

A New UK Voice on the "Science of Choice" (Spring 2001)

David Wildasin, new chair of public finance at UK's Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, studies public finance and government involvement in education.

Bio Kentucky Mission Launched at World's Largest Biotech Event (Fall 2000)

For the first time Kentucky was an exhibitor at the world's largest biotech event, BIO 2000 International Biotechnology Meeting and Exhibition, held in Boston.

UK Research Means Business (Spring 2000)

Five start-up technology businesses based on University of Kentucky research have recently "graduated" from the university environment to business locations in the Lexington area.

UK's Business and Economic Programs Banking on Change (Spring 1999)

Gatton College of Business and Economics receives funds for new professors, new programs.

photo of David Wildasin

David Wildasin, new chair of public finance at UK's Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, studies public finance and government involvement in education.

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