InContext is a publication about Indiana's workforce and economy from the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
by Carol Rogers and Rachel Justis
Does higher education ensure a more stable job? According to 2009 American Community Survey data, the two go hand-in-hand: as education goes up, unemployment goes down. Read More.
by Rachel Justis
It's almost time to redraw congressional districts so that they have roughly equal population. While the official 2010 population counts won’t be available until early next year, this article uses 2009 estimates to explore Indiana’s population shifts since the last redistricting. Read More.
by Ryan Krause and Timothy Slaper
It’s been a year since the Leading Index for Indiana was released and it has thus far accurately predicted movements in the economy. What does this imply for the next several months of Indiana’s recovery? Read More.
by Matthew Hutchinson
Brazil maintains a significant trade relationship with Indiana. Learn which Hoosier exports are most in demand, as well as how this relationship has been affected by the global economic crisis. Read More.
by Carol Rogers
Learn more about the 10 counties in central Indiana's Realtors Region 4, including population, housing and labor force statistics. Read More.