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University Of Montana Bureau Of Business And Economic Research
MISSOULA — Iowa State assistant softball coach Jamie Pinkerton has been named the first head coach of the Montana softball program.
In the debate over extending Medicaid, proponents often cite the "working poor" as Montanans who would benefit,
MISSOULA — With the largest components of the recent health care law kicking in at the start of 2014, businesses have a lot of decisions to make this year about how they will react to new rules and regulations.
It’s extremely difficult to be successful in life without a high school diploma.
The future of Montana schools, especially those in rural communities, depends on the development of our state’s abundant coal reserves.
There are clear signs of improvement in the Montana economy but conditions in the large, rural state are still subject to unpredictable changes around the globe, a University of Montana economist says.
The year 2011 didn’t turn out as well as University of Montana economists predicted a year ago.
MISSOULA — Patrick Barkey hears stories that he doesn’t want to.
MISSOULA — Alcohol-related injury crashes cost the state economy $131 million a year, a new report by a University of Montana economist says.