This study was commissioned by the Save the Waves Coalition to determine the value of the Mavericks surf area to the local community and beyond.
This paper chronicles the evolution of Hawaii’s high technology tax credits, describes their provisions and the ensuing problems in attempting to ascertain whether or not
Dr. Denise Konan, to speak at Hawaii Economic Association luncheon September 24, 2009. The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed legislation that would put a
The U.S. recession is easing, but prospects for a quick Hawai’i construction recovery remain poor. We expect U.S. output to grow by more than 2%
Two recent developments have caused us to mark down a bit our already weak outlook for the Hawai’i economy. The H1N1 flu epidemic has worsened
Hawai’i’s counties face the most challenging economic environment in many years. The severe U.S. and global recessions will last through much of 2009, and when
Abstract: During the early 1960s a few of Hawaii’s public high schools began to offer economics courses, and they gradually became popular social studies electives.