Stories From 2022

Aug 5, 2022

3 Faculty Awarded AAEA Best Paper

Zheng Li, Roderick Rejesus and Xiaoyong Zheng won the award for their paper, “Nonparametric Estimation and Inference of Production Risk.” 

Jul 29, 2022

You Decide: Should We Worry About Fewer Youth Working?

The percentage of young people entering the workforce has been steadily declining in recent decades. What's driving this trend and what is it driving towards?

Jul 28, 2022

From Robots to Customers: Exploring New Opportunities for Dairy Farmers

Assistant Professor Alejandro Gutierrez-Li won a $250,000 Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education grant to study Automatic Milking Systems.

Jul 18, 2022

Eric Edwards Selected for AEPP Best Article Award

Eric Edwards was selected to receive the AEPP Best Article Award for “The Economics of Groundwater Governance Institutions across the Globe.”

Jul 18, 2022

Barry Goodwin Appears on Healthy Living Healthy Planet Radio

Barry Goodwin appeared on Healthy Living Planet Radio to discuss the intersection of food production with economics and the environment.

Jul 15, 2022

You Decide: Are We Already in a Recession?

The word recession has been floating around public discourse recently. What does it mean, and what do the numbers show?

Jul 13, 2022

Daniel Tregeagle Receives Outstanding Published Paper Award

Daniel Tregeagle received an Outstanding Published Paper Award for his work on “Balancing Bees and Pest Management: Projected Costs of Proposed Bee-protective Neonicotinoid Regulation in California.”

Jul 1, 2022

You Decide: How Can We Slow the Increase in Home Prices?

Home prices have been rising rapidly in recent years. What approaches can be taken to face this issue?

Jun 17, 2022

You Decide: What Does the Language of Recessions Mean?

NC State economist Mike Walden helps define terms so you're better equipped to understand dialogue around recessions.

Jun 3, 2022

You Decide: How Can We Prepare for the Coming Job Shifts?

The job field constantly shifts with new technologies and trends. How is North Carolina equipped to help workers adjust to the new markets?