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Northwest Hawaiian Islands Coral Health; Economic Slowdown; Gender Pay Gap

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  Hawaii’s economic growth is predicted to slow down, with an exception in one key sector. PBN editor-in-chief A. Kam Napier has more.

The Conversation: Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

Aug 31, 2016
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External Homelessness Update; Ohina Short Film Showcase; The Future of Monetary Policy; 1776: The Musical


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Economic Outlook for Hawaii; #iambadatthis; 11th East-West Philosophers' Conference; Honolulu Jazz Quartet

UHERO County Economic Forecast: Dr. Carl Bonham

The Conversation: Friday, May 6th, 2016

May 6, 2016
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The Cost of Building Renewable Electricity; Parade of Farms; New Recommendation for Treating Youth ADHD; A Discovery at the Edge of the Solar System

What a Difference a Rate Makes, UHERO blog: Michael Roberts

Report: Construction Gains Smaller Than Expected

Mar 27, 2015
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The construction industry isn’t growing as quickly as economists had expected. That’s according to a new report by the University of Hawai‘i Economic Research Organization. Despite a surge of activity on Oahu, the annual forecast says residential building permits actually fell last year. HPR’s Molly Solomon tells us why.

You can read UHERO's full Construction Forecast report here.

There’s been a lot of talk surrounding the impact of raising the minimum wage. Two proposed bills in the legislation have the support of Governor Abercrombie, and could bump up our current minimum wage to $8.75 an hour. This has caused concern for Hawaii economists and HPR’s Molly Solomon has this report. You can view UHERO's full report on raising the minimum wage here.