Economics

 

Economics

  • Across the Institute

    Kansas City; Birmingham; Daegu, South Korea; and Orlando

     
  • Lights Out

    Cost, performance, and ideology: illuminating the debate over incandescents.

     
  • Get to Work

    Vital infrastructure improvement is a surefire way to get more Americans on the payrolls and invest in the future.

     
  • Big Changes Ahead

    The NAHB's new board chairman, Bob Nielson, calls on architects to engage the mortgage crisis.

     
  • Making the Ideal More Real

    The definition of ''humanitarian design'' is still in flux, even if its practice proliferates.

     
  • Specialist: The Integrators

    Navigating the complexities of a big urban project? HR&A Advisors can help.

     
  • Typology: Class A Office

    Rising profits, LEED, and sluggish hiring create a mixed picture for Class A space.

     
  • Shopping Spree

    The past year has seen an uptick in A/E M&A activity. We look at three transactions to learn what motivated each side to agree to a union.

     
  • Risk vs. Reward

    To get new business, firms are devoting more resources to upfront design work. It's a calculated gamble that doesn't always pay off.

     
  • Newark, N.J.

    Thanks to efforts by Newark leaders, the Garden State's largest city is undergoing an urban renewal, though it has been slowed by the recession.

     
 
 
 

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