Dr. Fabio Santeramo Awarded Best Italian PhD Dissertation Award
Dr. Fabio Santeramo was awarded the Best Italian PhD Dissertation Award by the Italian Society of Agricultural Economics at the Italian Congress of the SIDEA (Società Italiana di Economia Agraria.) The award (“Antonio Cioffi” Best Italian PhD dissertation award) consisted of […]
Dr. John Beghin Receives Quality of Research Discovery Award from the European Association of Agricultural Economists
The Publication Awards program of the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE) recognizes professional excellence in research contributing to the advancement of knowledge in areas related to food, agriculture and resource economics. The Publication Awards program of the EAAE includes […]
Dr. Zachary Brown Connects with the Socio-Ecological Synthesis Center Through His Research
Dr. Zachary Brown recently attended the Pursuit: Living with Resistance meeting at the Socio-Ecological Synthesis Center in Annapolis, MA. Visiting scholars came together to address the socio-ecological dilemmas that constrain society’s response to resistance evolution in pathogens, biocide resistance in food production, harvest selection in wild populations, and invasive species challenges in environmental management.
Dr. Harrison Fell’s Research on U.S. Emissions Mentioned in Washington Post
Dr. Harrison Fell, ARE professor and environmental economist, was mentioned in an article in the Washington Post on August 11th discussing the Trump administration’s energy policy. His research article on this topic, which just appeared in Climate Policy, further details […]
Hans Binswanger, Highly Respected Economist and NC State Alumnus, Passed Away August 4th, 2017
Hans Binswanger (NC State University, Ph.D, 1973) passed away on August 4, 2017. Our Cornell colleague, Professor Prabhu Pingali, who worked extensively with Hans wrote the obituary shown below. Hans Binswanger (1943-2017): the Passing of an Distinguished NC State Alumnus By Prabhu […]
Guido van der Hoeven Elected to Represent the United States by the International Farm Management Association
During the International Farm Management Association’s (IFMA) 21st Congress in Edinburgh, Scotland, Guido van der Hoeven was elected, by the USA delegation, to represent the United States on the Executive Council of IFMA. The 21st Congress, which was held from July […]
ARE is hiring an Assistant Professor!
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at NC State University, in conjunction with the Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy, seeks applicants for an Assistant Professor of Microeconomics with a focal area in Water Resource Economics.
You Decide: Has North Carolina’s Economy Taken a U-Turn?
When driving, U-turns can be tricky. The driver often has to turn against oncoming traffic, and, if the turn is at a light, the driver hopes the turn can be made before the light changes to red. Even if the turn is successfully made, the driver must quickly accelerate to merge into traffic. Many times illegal U-turns are made, which is dangerous because oncoming traffic doesn’t necessarily expect the turn to be attempted.
The Hollowing-Out of North Carolina’s Labor Market
Dr. Mike Walden’s research in Studies in the North Carolina Economy explains how hollowing-out in North Carolina’s labor market has occurred to a greater degree than in the national economy. Dr. Walden’s research also focuses on our state’s changes in labor […]
NCSU Index of North Carolina Leading Economic Indicators for June 2017
ARE economist Mike Walden just released his NCSU Index of North Carolina Leading Economic Indicators for June 2017. The Index rose 1.7% in May from its reading in April, and was led by a strong gain in building permits and […]