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News organizations make extensive use of IBRC data and analysis. Below is a collection of recent articles where either our researchers or our data have been cited.

  • Fertile fields for ag studies (Journal Gazette)

    It was June in Indiana when Sherilyn Emberton became the 13th president of Huntington University. Looking at the expanse of soybeans and corn around her she wondered if opportunity lay in those fields of green.

  • Foreign students come to Indiana, then go (Indianapolis Star)

    Purdue University’s engineering programs are a magnet for foreign students. Indiana University sees students travel to Bloomington from other countries to attend business school. But when those students graduate, few stay in the Lafayette and Bloomington areas, according to a study released Friday by the Brookings Institution.

  • Indiana's Largest Cities Experiencing Population Growth (Indiana News Center)

    Indiana's four largest cities -- Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville and South Bend -- have experienced dramatic increases in population change over the past three years, according to estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau and analyzed by the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.