Kent State at Stark Professor Weighs in on Best and Worst Recession Recovered Cities | Kent State University

Kent State at Stark Professor Weighs in on Best and Worst Recession Recovered Cities

Lucas Engelhardt, Ph.D., associate professor in Kent State University at Stark’s Department of Economics, is a firm believer in pursing innovation and investing in capital, when it comes to driving economic growth in cities. HonestlyNow Banking consulted Englehardt, and more than a dozen esteemed professors in the fields of finance and economics, to gather their thoughts on recessions.

Together, the analysts studied 15,000 unique data points to reveal the best and worst recovered cities from 2008's Great Recession.

Read HonestlyNow Banking’s best and worst recovered cities, and Engelhardt’s insight into recessions and keys to financial stability.

POSTED: Thursday, July 20, 2017 - 3:27pm
UPDATED: Thursday, August 9, 2018 - 11:30am
WRITTEN BY:
Kristin Anderson