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Economic outlook pinpoints causes of our inflation-driven crisis

Economic outlook pinpoints causes of our inflation-driven crisis

The major causes of our current inflation-driven crisis are the roughly $6 trillion in largely excessive spending the Trump and Biden Administrations spent in the name of COVID relief and economic recovery; President Biden’s reregulation of the U.S. economy; and the dramatic expansion of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank’s balance sheet from $4.14 trillion (January...

By Dr. Timothy Nash

Economists: We love Dad, but we spend more on Mom

Economists: We love Dad, but we spend more on Mom

We are poised to honor more than 75 million dads on Sunday as part of this year’s Father’s Day. But U.S. consumers will not be spending as much as we did when honoring our moms last month for Mother’s Day. Honoring Dad Father’s Day in the United States became a national holiday in 1972, though...

By Dr. Timothy Nash, Jim Hop

Brace yourself, America: These things are going to get expensive

Brace yourself, America: These things are going to get expensive

Brace yourself, America: These things are going to get expensive Higher prices for basketballs, lipstick, pacemakers and automobiles — brought to you by the Biden Administration’s Green Energy policies and Putin’s foreign policy The International Monetary Fund (IMF) deemed the United States’ economy as the world’s largest in 2021, producing an estimated $22.94 trillion or...

By U.S. Congresswoman Lisa McClain, Dr. Kristin Stehouwer, Dr. Timothy Nash

Q&A: Optimizing the financing and regulation of the U.S. economy

Q&A: Optimizing the financing and regulation of the U.S. economy

The following is a recent discussion between U.S. Congresswoman Lisa C. McClain, Northwood University Provost Kristin Stehouwer and Dr. Timothy G. Nash, director of the McNair Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at Northwood University. McClain: The majority of my role so far representing Michigan’s 10th Congressional District is the financing of...

By U.S. Congresswoman Lisa McClain, Dr. Kristin Stehouwer, Dr. Timothy Nash

2022 Northwood University Freedom Seminar “America at the Crossroads: Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Generation” April 7-10, 2022

2022 Northwood University Freedom Seminar “America at the Crossroads: Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Generation” April 7-10, 2022

2022 Northwood University Freedom Seminar “America at the Crossroads: Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Generation” April 7-10, 2022 Non-Credit Registraton For Credit Registration info   2022 Freedom Seminar Sessions Keynote — April 7, 7:30-8:45 p.m. Presented by: Stephen Moore, FreedomWorks; and Jonathan Williams, American Legislative Exchange Council “Leave Me Alone and I’ll Make You...

‘TELL AMERICA WHAT SHOULD BE DONE TO FIGHT INFLATION’

‘TELL AMERICA WHAT SHOULD BE DONE TO FIGHT INFLATION’

The following is a recent discussion between U.S. Congresswoman Lisa C. McClain, Northwood University Economics department chair Dr. Dale C. Matcheck and Dr. Timothy G. Nash, director of the McNair Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at Northwood University. The conversation centered around recent comments by U.S. Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) chairman,...

By U.S. Congresswoman Lisa McClain, Dr. Dale Matcheck, Dr. Timothy Nash

MCNAIR MONTHLY ECONOMIC OUTLOOK JANUARY/EARLY FEBRUARY 2022

MCNAIR MONTHLY ECONOMIC OUTLOOK JANUARY/EARLY FEBRUARY 2022

INTRODUCTION The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished 2021 at 36,338.30, up 18.73% for the year, while the S&P 500 closed 2021, at 4,766.18, up 26.89% for the year and the NASDAQ ended the year at 15,644.97, up 21.39%. At the end of the first full week in February 2022, these major indices have given back...

By Dr. Timothy Nash