April 25, 2023
With program expenses rapidly rising as baby boomers retire and health care costs grow, Texas A&M economists warn that our elected representatives cannot avoid making hard decisions that involve increasing taxes, reducing benefits or both.
October 9, 2019
Hundreds of area business leaders, elected officials and community members listened, attended sessions and networked inside the Doug Pitcock ’49 Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center on Thursday as part of the second annual Brazos Valley Business Summit. Two Texas A&M economists shared data with attendees about the local economy, including an historically low unemployment […]