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A deadly combination: COVID-19 and college football’s effects on the city

Lecturer Amanda Phalin explains the economic impact of college football on the Gainesville community amid changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. See what she had to say in this story from The Independent Florida Alligator. 

Wednesday Webinar with Amanda Phalin discusses COVID economy in Florida and beyond

On Wednesday, July 22 at 5 p.m. EST, Dr. Amanda Phalin will be joining Dr. Kayser Enneking – Democratic candidate for Florida’s State House District 21 – for her weekly Wednesday Webinar. Dr. Phalin, an economics expert, will discuss the COVID economy in Florida and beyond. All are welcome. Register to attend the virtual event on Zoom today.   

Warrington professor shares where you can find reliable COVID-19-related economic news

Looking for reliable sources of economic news as it relates to COVID-19? Warrington Lecturer Dr. Amanda Phalin shares her top sources of news both domestic and abroad, as well as left and right-leaning economists and think tanks.  See what Dr. Phalin had to say in this video. 

Will the latest round of US tariffs hurt the American economy?

The Wall Street Journal’s latest Real Time Economics newsletter explored the U.S.-China trade fight and what worker pay indicates about the labor market. The news outlet asked if the latest round of U.S. tariffs will hurt the American economy, and Warrington lecturer Dr. Amanda Phalin responded. Read what Phalin had to say to The Wall Street Journal.

Dr. Amanda Phalin honored with Judy Fisher Teaching with Technology Award

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Dr. Amanda Phalin, Lecturer in the Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate, was the recipient of the 2016 Judy Fisher Teaching with Technology Award. The award is given annually to the Warrington College of Business professor whose teaching best exemplified the use of technology over the past year. Phalin was recognized for implementing a team-based, online simulation of international business called GlobalDNA, which replaced her final exam starting in the fall of 2015. Students work on a team