Stockton Record Checks with Economics' Bill Lee on Job Creation Benefits of Delta Tunnels

The Stockton Record reached out to Saint Mary's Economics Professor Bill Lee for his take on whether Governor Jerry Brown's proposed $24.5 billion Delta Tunnel project will indeed spur economic development in the area. In the article "Jobs fail to sway foes of tunnels," Stockton Record Staff Writer Alex Breitler interviews Lee, who chairs the College's economics department, about the actual job creation benefits of large infrastructure projects.  Read the Stockton Record story.

USA Today, CNBC Interview SEBA's Kara Boatman About Growth of NFL Luxury Boxes

In a news story about the business of sports and Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, USA Today and CNBC tapped Economics Professor Kara Boatman for insight on the growth of luxury boxes in National Football League stadiums.

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