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The Conversation: Carl Bonham on the State Forecast Update

Posted March 3, 2014 | Categories: Media

UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham appears on The Conversation to talk about UHERO's latest State Forecast Update: After Austerity, Road Ahead Will Be Smoother.

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The Conversation: Carl Bonham on Raising the Minimum Wage

Posted February 12, 2014 | Categories: Media

UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham appears on The Conversation to talk about the research surrounding the issue of raising the minimum wage.

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Hawaii News Now: Dr. Carl Bonham on Raising the Minimum Wage

Posted February 3, 2014 | Categories: Media

UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham appears on Hawaii News Now to weigh in on the topic of minimum wage increase and the research behind it.

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Sumner La Croix on PBS Hawaii Insights: Is Hawaii Losing Its Middle Class?

Is Hawaii losing its middle class? Paradise comes at a price, with rising food and housing costs, a challenged public school system and few professional opportunities in a tourist-driven economy. UHERO's Sumner La Croix joins Malia Mattoch and guests on Insights on PBS Hawaii to discuss how these issues impact the islands' middle class residents. 

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UHERO on Bytemarks Cafe: The UHERO Dashboard Project

Posted June 13, 2013 | Categories: Media

UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham and Database Manager Ben Trevino appeared on Bytemarks Cafe where they discussed the UHERO Dashboard Project, a data dashboard development project running throughout the month of June. The dashboard is being designed with input from the community, to help people better understand Hawaii's economy.

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Hawaii Economists Consider Impact Of Minimum Wage Increase

Two proposed bills in the legislation have the support of Governor Abercrombie, and could bump up Hawaii current minimum wage to $8.75 an hour. HPR's Molly Solomon reports on the potential impacts. 

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Carl Bonham Discusses Latest State Forecast Update on The Conversation

Posted February 19, 2013 | Categories: Media

UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham goes on The Conversation on HPR to talk about the latest State Forecast Update, including discussion regarding current and forecasted federal spending cuts, construction jobs, and the future of tourism.

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Carl Bonham on Insights on PBS Hawaii: Fiscal Cliff

Posted February 4, 2013 | Categories: Media

UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham goes on Insights on PBS Hawaii with host Dan Boylan and other guests. The group discusses the impacts of the federal "fiscal cliff" on Hawai'i's economy, as well as the state's plans to address government spending and encourage revenue growth.

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Carl Bonham on Insights on PBS Hawaii

Posted January 7, 2013 | Categories: Media

UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham participates in Insights on PBS Hawaii's 2012 Year in Review panel. With host Dan Boylan, panel guests take a look back at top stories from 2012, covering topics such as rail, the election, education, tourism, and more

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UHERO Report on KITV: Unemployment Rate Falls to Lowest Level Since January 2009

Posted October 5, 2012 | Categories: Media

Mahealani Richardson speaks with UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham about the September Employment Report and the upcoming UHERO Forum on Hawaii's economy. At the UHERO Forum speakers will delve into the latest economic topics affecting our community, such as Hawaii's unique agriculture industry and the challenges facing it. Can Hawaii's farmers compete with farmers in the rest of the world? Can we produce more food locally? The UHERO Forum will be on Monday, October 29 from 8AM-2PM at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. 

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UHERO Report on KITV: Facing a Fiscal Cliff

Posted September 21, 2012 | Categories: Media

Jill Kuramoto interviews UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham.

  • The unemployment rate fell but people aren't exactly dancing in the streets - why is that?
  • Will the recent policy commitments by the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank help?
  • Is there any optimism at this point?

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UHERO Report on KITV: Solar Credits Hit State Tax Revenue

Posted September 7, 2012 | Categories: Media

Mahealani Richardson interviews UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham.

  • The State Council on Revenues met yesterday and lowered its projection for general fund tax revenues. Whats up with that? I thought the tourism boom was also generating tax revenue growth.
  • So why is the council lowering its forecast?
  • What about the US jobs report? Will job growth like this get President Obama reelected?

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UHERO Report on KITV: July Visitor Numbers

Posted August 31, 2012 | Categories: Media

Mahealani Richardson interviews UHERO Executive Director and Professor of Economics Carl Bonham.

  • What's going on in the Asian markets?
  • How are the individual islands doing?
  • How long will this boom last?

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UHERO Report on KITV: Bump In Tourism Expected

Posted July 27, 2012 | Categories: Media

Mahealani Richardson interviews UHERO Executive Director and Associate Professor of Economics Carl Bonham.

  • What do you make of the national numbers and what does your forecast say?
  • Why is the overall economy slow when the tourism sector is booming?
  • Is there hope for other sectors in the market in 2013?

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UHERO Report on KITV: Unemployment numbers unchanged

Posted July 6, 2012 | Categories: Media

Mahealani Richardson interviews UHERO Executive Director and Associate Professor of Economics Carl Bonham.

  • What's in the latest report regarding employment numbers?
  • Are there some sectors that did pretty well?
  • Who do you think is to blame for these sickly numbers?

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