Stories From Nov 2019
Student Spotlight: Rachel Walter
Rachel Walter's summer 2019 internship was a great experience that has poised her for greater positions of responsibility in the future.
Why Sweden Can Handle Its Spending Better Than America
Thomas Grennes asks: "Would a Swedish-style fiscal reform be useful for the United States?"
New Book: The Economics of Integrated Pest Management of Insects
Chapter contributions come from Rod Rejesus, Zachary Brown and Mike Jones, and Dominc Reisig from Entomology.
Alumni from Leadership Program and EFM Present a United Front
The first joint group event was an opportunity for our alumni to learn and share.
Economic Perspective: Is Manufacturing Still A Leading Indicator?
The manufacturing sector has long been a leading indicator for economic health, but is that still the case?
You Decide: A Milestone to Celebrate?
The oil industry in the U.S. has been surging back in recent years, hitting a new milestone. Are there pros and cons to this rebound?
Congratulations: Treme Selected as a CALS Outstanding Teacher
Julianne has added great value to the ABM undergraduate program by developing new courses and being a leader who advocates for excellence in undergraduate programs.
Economist Sees More Uncertainty, Urges Farmers to Manage
North Carolina State Extension economist Blake Brown has returned to North Carolina after spending the last several months as Senior Economist for the Council of Economic Advisers in the Executive Office of the President, and he shares insights on the farm economy.
Economic Perspective: Holiday Spending Outlook
The holiday season is fast approaching. What does the spending outlook for the season look like?
Are Greater Cattle and Grains Production the Solution to the Coming Worldwide Hunger Catastrophe?
Is “more food” the answer? This study uses World Bank data and path/structural equation modeling to determine the veracity of this position versus another.