Dr. Perryman discusses the uses and downsides to this form of financial support, and the potential for the amount of these checks to increase from $600 to $2000.
Mexico is suffering heavy economic losses this year. Dr. Perryman explains how this also affects Texas.
Dr. Perryman describes projections for Texas jobs, income growth, overall output, and metro area growth.
Dr. Perryman explains why these hardships can affect anyone, and why political agendas should not be allowed to hinder government relief efforts.
The negative economic effects of the pandemic have hit low-income workers disproportionately harder. Dr. Perryman explains why.
The rate of missed payments have been high since June because of COVID-19.
Many states including Texas are experiencing budget difficulties because of the pandemic. Dr. Perryman explains why this makes the next federal stimulus package even more important.
Dr. Perryman illustrates the economic value of proceeding with the football season for the Big 12 Conference.