Economist guests on ‘The Pulse of St. Louis’
As the region welcomes Joe Reagan, the new president and chief executive officer of the Regional Chamber and Growth Association, a University of Missouri–St. Louis economist had the opportunity to participate in a discussion with Reagan about the region, growth and upcoming developments.
William Rogers, associate professor of economics at UMSL, was a guest on the Feb. 25 edition of “The Pulse of St. Louis” on KPLR (Channel 11).
He is an expert in regional economics, urban economics and public economics. His current research focuses on the impact homeowner associations have on the housing market and the effects public homeownership programs have on neighborhood development.
Click here to watch the four-segment edition of “The Pulse of St. Louis.”
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