Dr. John C. Soper tells small businesses what to expect in the economy for 2005. Wondering whether inflation will rise, or prices of raw materials will go up? He’s got the answers to these kinds of questions and a lot more.
There is a great deal of valuable “evergreen” information contained within this episode.
About John C. Soper
Dr. John C. Soper is a professor of economics and finance at John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio. He has his PhD and MA degrees in economics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and his BA in Philosophy from Tufts University. He has served as director of the Cleveland Center for Economic Education, and has taught at several prestigious universities around the United States.
He is the author of two books, over 50 articles in professional journals, and five national test instruments in economics and entrepreneurship. His publications have appeared in The Journal of Political Economy, The American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings, The Southern Economic Journal, The Journal of Economic Education, Business Economics, The Journal of Private Enterprise, and Managerial Finance, among others.
Dr. Soper is the recipient of five national awards for excellence in the teaching of economics and private enterprise. In 1994-95, he received two national awards for excellence in research in economics and private enterprise education, awarded by the Association of Private Enterprise Education. In May 1995, he was elected Vice President of The Society of Economics Educators. He also served that organization as its President in 1996-97.
Wow! If that wasn’t enough, Dr. Soper currently serves as a board member of the Cleveland Chapter of the National Association for Business Economics.
He holds the John J. Kale Chair in Entrepreneurship at John Carroll University.