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January 2022

Downtown Raleigh, east of campus.

Jan 28, 2022

You Decide: Did the Chances of a Recession In 2022 Just Go Up?

Are there signs of a looming recession in 2022? What can organizations do to fend one off? 

Jan 27, 2022

Register Now for Extension’s Farm Tax Webinars

The webinars will be taught by Guido van der Hoeven, ARE emeritus and agricultural tax specialist. 

Jan 27, 2022

“ARE Discussions” & The Cost of Air Pollution

Eric Edwards (NC State) and Michael Anderson (UC Berkeley) share their research in the webinar series, Agricultural and Resource Economics discussions, hosted by UC Davis. 

Jan 27, 2022

Gutierrez-Li Selected For NC State Impact Scholars Program

Impact Scholars attend workshops to build their capacity to create innovative research impacts on society and write more competitive grant proposals. 

Jan 26, 2022

WOTUS: Recording and Presentations From a Recent Webinar

Learn about the potential impacts of changes to the definition of WOTUS, or Waters of the United States, and how it could affect growers across the country. 

Jan 26, 2022

‘I Quit’: North Carolina Ranks 9th Nationally for Worker Quit Rate

“In my opinion, NC ranks high on the resignation scale because it has a dynamic economy that has generated significant expansion in better paying jobs, such as in tech, finance, and healthcare.” Mike Walden explained. 

Jan 26, 2022

Poole College Welcomes New Faculty Members

Luca David Opromolla, the Owens Professor of International Economics, has a joint appointment with the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and the Economics Department. 

Jan 18, 2022

Present Use Value: Transferring Property Enrolled in Present Use Value Property Taxation

A new factsheet provides an overview of the Present-Use Value (PUV) property tax program in North Carolina, with an emphasis on disposition and transfer situations. 

Downtown Raleigh, east of campus.

Jan 14, 2022

You Decide: How Deep is Our Economic Divide?

There will always be differing ideas of how the economy should be handled. How have economists viewed it in the past and what do they consider when looking forward?