Natalie Gochnour is an associate dean in the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and chief economist for the Salt Lake Chamber.

Gov. Spencer Cox visited Israel and the United Arab Emirates with a delegation of 64 other Utah business and political leaders.
A Utah trade delegation of 64 people, including Gov. Cox, visited Israel and the United Arab Emirates
A Utah trade delegation of 64 people, including Gov. Cox, visited Israel and the United Arab Emirates
A Utah trade delegation of 64 people, including Gov. Cox, visited the United Arab Emirates to share ideas and innovation and strengthen relationships.
When Israel failed to go to the moon, its response was ‘Let’s go back and be successful.’ What can Utah learn from the dream-big attitude?
A Utah trade delegation of 64 people, including Gov. Cox, visited Israel to discuss drought solutions and innovations.
A Utah trade delegation of 64 people, including Gov. Cox, visited Israel and the United Arab Emirates to explore economic partnerships and innovations
With rising interest rates, $5 a gallon for gasoline and a strained supply chain, is there a way to beat inflation?
The 2002 Games were the most successful ever, and Utah can do it again, sharing its best with the world and inspiring mankind.
Utah’s first Generation X governor made it clear he will govern with a backdrop of Christian charity and our commonly held “bonds of affection.”
If we all do our part, the worst is over. What happens next is in our hands as we manage this new risk.
Utahns witnessed an exception to the normal drudge of political races
Starting about three or so years ago, Utah’s growth challenges began to pile up like a bunch of cans kicked down the road.
Bad things happen gradually before they happen suddenly.
Residents of the Beehive State should pay close attention as Salt Lake City voters select the final two candidates for the runoff election in November.
It’s Pioneer Day this week. Take time to consider our role as Americans and shared past, core beliefs and common destiny as Utahns.
The Fourth of July offers a great time to ponder America’s founding and our “lived experience” as we seek a more perfect union.
The winds of change are blowing in Utah. Over the next several years, Utah’s weather vane will turn as Utah’s baby-boom generation passes the leadership baton to the Generation X and millennial generations.
I don’t know if Romney’s speech was providential, but it was serious, focused and patriotic.