Thoughts from Ken
Thoughts from Ken Kaufman
A lack of pandemic preparedness, of course, is no run-of-the-mill social and public health problem. When the nation is unprepared for catastrophic public health emergencies, the consequ...
Thoughts from Lisa
Financial “Twindemic” and the Impact on Ratings
Downgrades exceeded upgrades in 2022 due to large losses from the pronounced labor shortage, discontinuation of CARES Act funding, and unpredictable volume. Normally reliable reserves t...
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Moving Into and Through 2023
Current Rate Environment December’s 6.5% CPI print offered good news on the inflation front; but 6.5% is still high, so the job isn’t done and the blunt instrument of Fed tightening ...
Sustaining Higher Education
2023 Credit and Capital Markets Outlook for Higher Education
Earlier this month, our colleagues in Kaufman Hall’s Treasury & Capital Markets practice published this Credit and Capital Markets Outlook for 2023. Their analysis was focused on he...
Healthcare and Higher Education: Building a Broader and Better Health Professional Workforce
Liquidity Optimization Is Both an Opportunity and an Imperative for Higher Ed Institutions
A Guide to Fighting Inflation for Higher Ed Leaders
Leading a Servant Institution: A Conversation with West Virginia University’s Gordon Gee
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