Ohio Capital Journal


Ohio Economists: Child Tax Credit Would Be a Boon

June 23, 2022

Dr. Kevin Egan, professor of economics, talks about how reducing child poverty would be an effective approach to grow the state economy.


Ohio’s Response to Uvalde? Armed Teachers and $117 Million

June 6, 2022

Dr. James Price, UToledo professor emeritus of health education and public health, talks about his research that did not find any evidence that more armed teachers reduced gun violence in schools.


Economists Pan Stadium Construction as Economic Development

November 22, 2021

Dr. Kevin Egan, professor of economics, discusses uses for taxpayer dollars that boost local productivity.


Economists Pan Ohio Coal Subsidies

October 19, 2021

Dr. Kevin Egan, professor of economics, discusses the cost of coal.


Court Ruling Dismisses Science, Jeopardizes Ohioans’ Health

September 3, 2021

Dr. Joel Kammeyer, infectious disease specialist at UTMC and assistant professor in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, co-authored an op-ed warning against using ivermectin to treat COVID-19.


Lake Erie Still at Significant Risk for Harmful Algae Blooms, Experts Warn

July 6, 2021

Ken Kilbert, UToledo professor of law and director of the Legal Institute of the Great Lakes, discusses the Lake Erie Bill of Rights. Read: Lake Erie Still at Significant Risk for Harmful Algae Blooms, Experts Warn


Experts Overwhelmingly Agree Rural Broadband Will Grow Ohio’s Economy, Reduce Inequality. Senate Leaders Don’t

June 25, 2021

Dr. Kevin Egan, professor of economics, discusses the importance of reliable and fast internet connection. Read: Experts Overwhelmingly Agree Rural Broadband Will Grow Ohio’s Economy, Reduce Inequality. Senate Leaders Don’t


Loosened Zoning Could Cut Housing Costs, Economists Say

April 21, 2021

Dr. Kevin Egan, associate professor of economics, discusses how more permissive residential zoning standards could make housing more affordable.


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