Stories From 2023
You Decide: Will WFH and AI Help or Harm Us?
Economist Mike Walden explores the impacts of remote work and artificial intelligence on the labor market.
OSM Trip Spotlight: Students Go Behind the Scenes in D.C.
Ag Business students spent three days in the nation's capital, exploring its many historical and cultural attractions, as well as meeting with policymakers and industry leaders.
Eric Edwards Joins Audio Abstract to Discuss Water Rights in the West
Assistant Professor Eric Edwards talks about water rights in the West, who they belong to, what they mean for rights holders and who may be getting shortchanged.
New Tools Capture Economic Benefit of Restoring Urban Streams
The work can assist federal and state agencies charged with developing environmental regulations affecting urban ecosystems.
CEnREP Spotlight: Boris Zhukov
Economics Alumnus and former CEnREP affiliate Boris Zhukov’s start-up LetYouKnow uses artificial intelligence (AI) to simplify the car buying experience.
Julianne Treme Receives Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor Award
This prestigious award is presented annually to recognize exceptional teaching and mentorship of undergraduate students.
2023 Faculty Promotions and Reappointments Announced
Seven ARE faculty members recently received promotions and reappointments.
NC State Economist: The 1997 Moratorium on Construction or Expansion of Swine Farms: A Tale of Unintended Consequences
The state of North Carolina, determined to curb the negative environmental impacts of the rapidly expanding hog industry, passed new regulations.
Tribal Water Rights Underutilized in U.S. West
Lack of irrigation infrastructure and convoluted land ownership issues represent the major impediments to tribes, the study suggests.
You Decide: What Makes North Carolina Popular?
North Carolina continues to attract growth-minded businesses and out-of-state families looking for a good place to work and live.