Stories From Sep 2018

Sep 18, 2018

America’s Sugar ‘Cartel’

American sugar production is highly subsidized by the US government, Beghin explains.

Sep 17, 2018

Hurricane Florence: Casualty Losses and Tax Implications

A guide to tax implications from storm damage.

Sep 13, 2018

Economic Perspective: Health of the Global Economy

We've focused a lot on the U.S. economy, but how has the global economy been doing the past few years?

Sep 13, 2018

You Decide: What’s the New Outlook for Jobs?

The fear of automation replacing labor stretches through almost all job markets. With our tech advancing forward, how has that impacted the market?

Sep 11, 2018

ARE Alums Recognized at CALS 2018 Alumni Awards Ceremony

ARE alums Daniel Measell, Callie McAdams, and Josh Stalls were recognized at the CALS 2018 Alumni Awards ceremony.

Sep 7, 2018

Introducing AgBioFEWS

ARE's Zach Brown is a co-PI on an NSF NRT grant that created the Agricultural Biotechnology in Our Evolving Food, Energy and Water Systems program.

Sep 6, 2018

Economic Perspective: Too Much of a Good Thing?

The low unemployment rate has been well documented, but what other implications does that number have on other aspects of the economy?

Sep 5, 2018

Student Spotlight: AGI Entrepreneur Andrew Emanuels

"Dr. Phillips, Dr. Russ and Dr. Wilson have been among the most influential people to me here in CALS; they’re all humble, real people who get it and understand the average ordinary person."

Sep 4, 2018

You Decide: How is North Carolina’s Economy at Mid-Year?

Mid-year analysis for state economies is starting to come in. How has North Carolina looked so far for 2018?