Natalie Gochnour
Natalie Gochnour is an associate dean in the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and chief economist for the Salt Lake Chamber.

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This is the speech (or one like it) that Donald Trump should give at the convention.
The use of tax increment financing for Vivint Arena is a similar decision. Because we value the economic contribution of the arena, the City Council has partnered with the LHM Group to benefit the entire regio...
In 2016, many high quality candidates have accessed the ballot through signatures.
Real solutions to messes are not found, they are shaped, crafted and created with lots of hard work and elbow grease over time. We must be an active participant, not a spectator, in order to make the most of li...
I worked for three Utah governors. They operate in a high-stakes environment. Sometimes it’s a matter of life and death and other times it’s our future prosperity.
I’m no fan of Cuban human rights violations, limited freedoms and other flaws. But 60 years of U.S. economic and demographic isolation is enough.
A hallmark of the governor’s economic summit is a mindset toward the future. As a speaker at the summit I will present several trends for attendees to contemplate as we plan for a prosperous future.
This week the light in the world got a little brighter because of renewed efforts to serve the world’s refugee population. The source of that light came from Utah. The world is a brighter place today.
Many Americans are beyond belief and need to escape for a while. Fortunately, there are many other worthy escape plans.
Conservative principles like limited government and free enterprise are lost in the rhetoric of building walls and inciting trade wars. I find myself yearning for something better.