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With just three weeks until Americans cast their ballots for local, state, and federal candidates, many citizens are viewing the national economy as a pivotal issue that could determine the outcome of the presidential election. To help citizens sort through the propaganda, faculty members of the Gardner-Webb University Godbold School of Business recently weighed in on the issues relating to business, job creation, and the overall economic health of the country. “Without taking a position with a particular party, the culmination of the campaign itself will be a start to ending so much uncertainty,” said GWU Assistant Professor Dr. William Little.
Dr. Denise Smith, Dr. Earl Godfrey, Dr. William Little, Godbold School of Business
Office of University Communications, "Economy, Jobs, and Healthcare Discussed by GWU Experts as Election Day Nears" (2012). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1767.