Seminars and Workshops

We offer multiple opportunities for students to interact with renowned experts in the field as well as their peers and be exposed to diverse, cutting-edge research as well as present their own. Search our seminars and workshops to learn something new.

Economics of Agriculture, Trade, and Development

Spring 2021

  • January 26th: Yangchuan Want (VA Tech) “Grass-fed Beef Premiums”
  • March 9th: Charlotte Emlinger (VA Tech)
  • March 30th: Alexandra Hill (Colorado State)
  • April 20: Tor Tolhurst (Purdue)

Coordinators: Raymond Guiteras and Heidi Schweizer.

Tuesdays from 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm via Zoom.

Triangle Resources and Environmental Economics Seminar Series (TREE)

Spring 2021
  • January 28th: Thom Covert (Chicago)
  • February 11th: Jen Alix-Garcia (Oregon State)
  • February 25th: Louis Preonis (Maryland)
  • March 11th: Paul Ferraro (Johns Hopkins)
  • March 25th: Tamara Sheldon (South Carolina)
  • April 22nd: Sarah Johnston (Wisconsin)

TREE is scheduled from 3 pm – 4:15 pm.

Register for a TREE seminar.

CEnREP Colloquia

Spring 2021

  • March 19th: Gonzalo Vazquez-Bare (UCSB) “Measuring Heterogeneous Effects of Environmental Policies using Panel Data.” 12-1:15pm via Zoom
  • April 9th: Josh Gray (NCSU) “What economists should know about remote sensing.” 12-1pm via Zoom
  • April 30th, 2021:  Byungyul Park presenting “Payments from Agricultural Conservation Programs and Cover Crop Adoption: Evidence from County-Level Panel Data in the U.S. Corn Belt”

NC State Microeconomics Workshop Series

All talks will be on Zoom from 3-4 pm
Co-Organizers: Thayer Morrill (, Will Phan (, Umut Dur (

Econometrics Workshop

None Scheduled.