Stories From Feb 2023
NC State Economist: 2023 Economic Outlook: Soft or Hard Landing?
2023 will be a year of economic challenge, but also an opportunity for policy success.
You Decide: Is the Labor Market Returning to Normal?
While the pandemic upended the labor market, long-term trends are also at work in our ever-changing economy.
You Decide: How Worrisome is the National Debt?
With national debt in the headlines again, NC State economist Mike Walden explains how the federal government borrows money and what can be done about the debt.
A “Berry” Sweet CALS Love Story
From meeting at NC State, to traveling the world, to rebuilding a family farm, CALS alumni Austin and Christina Wrenn do almost everything together, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
NC State Economist: The Christmas Tree Industry in North Carolina: Characteristics and Challenges Ahead
Due to their widespread popularity, natural Christmas tree production is an important industry that makes sizable contributions to the rural economies in which trees are grown in the United States.
ARE Welcomes New Faculty Members
We are excited to announce the addition of two new faculty members, Professor Spencer Banzhaf and Assistant Professor Edeoba Edobor.
2023 Enterprise Budgets Updates
Updated 2023 budgets have been published for cotton, grain, peanuts, sweet potato and tobacco. These budgets include new, interactive spreadsheets that can be downloaded and edited.