The economic minute: High fuel prices driving behavior change

April 20, 2012

When adjusted for inflation, gas prices are about as high as they’ve ever been. So why aren’t we hearing more about pocketbook pain? At this week’s Dean’s Council of 100 Executive of the Year award luncheon, Dean Robert Mittelstaedt of the W. P. Carey School of Business looked at the factors affecting gas prices and the ways we’ve responded. The Economic Minute is a brief presentation about current conditions delivered by a W. P. Carey School of Business expert at the monthly Economic Club of Phoenix luncheons. Follow Dean Mittelstaedt's slides