You Decide: Has a Key Economic Rule Been Broken?
One of the key rules for economics has been the inverse relationship between the unemployment and inflation rates. With the growth of automation and global trade, has that rule been broken?
The Cost of Water Regulation in Northern Chile
“The goal of our study was to determine the cost of water trading restrictions in a market where water rights were previously traded without constraints,” says ARE's Eric Edwards.
The 2018 Farm Bill: Much Debate, More of the Same
This issue of the NC State Economist explores changes to ARC, the Conservation program, and much more.
Economic Perspective: Coming Up Short on Savings
How is the average person stacking up when it comes to saving for their retirement, and what outlook does that present for the future?
Walker Receives Award for Outstanding Senior in Community Engagement
Harrison Walker embodies service to the community through his efforts to advocate for agriculture.
Renkow Releases Study on Jobs in NC
This analysis examines changes in employment within the context of population changes in North Carolina.