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The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at The University of Utah develops and shares economic, demographic and public policy data and research that help individuals and the community make informed decisions. Use the tools on this page to filter content by type, author, year, and subject matter. If you are unable to find a particular publication, please contact the Gardner Policy Institute at gardnerinstitute@eccles.utah.edu

Blog: Teachers Persevere Through the Pandemic: K–12 Teacher Retention in Utah

By: Andrea Thomas Brandley Note: The opinions expressed are those […]

December 16, 2021
Blog: The Great Resignation: How Has It Impacted Utah’s Health Care Industry to Date?

By: Laura Summers and John Downen Note: The opinions expressed […]

December 13, 2021
Blog: A Demographer’s Revisionist History: Intercensal Population Estimates for 2010-2019 Released

By: Emily Harris In August 2021, the Census Bureau released […]

December 3, 2021
Blog: 2020 1-Year ACS Experimental Data Released

By: Mallory Bateman New data, with caveats The Census Bureau […]

November 30, 2021
Blog: Have We Reached an Electric Vehicle Tipping Point?

By: Thomas Holst Note: The opinions expressed are those of […]

November 29, 2021
Blog: Priorities for Investing COVID-19 Resources and Future Funding in K–12 Education in Utah

By: Edward B. Clark and Andrea Thomas Brandley Note: The […]

November 23, 2021
Blog: Shifting Balance Points – Mean Center of Population Release

By: Eric Albers and Mallory Bateman Mean Center of Population […]

November 16, 2021
Blog: Salt Lake County, Utah’s Premiere Economy

By: Max Backlund Note: The opinions expressed are those of […]

November 4, 2021
Blog: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Utah’s Housing Market

By: Dejan Eskic Note: The opinions expressed are those of […]

October 21, 2021
Blog: COVID-19 Death Rates and Demographic Factors

By: Mike Hollingshaus and Emily Harris The Kem C. Gardner […]

October 12, 2021