Inflation is healthy for the economy – but too much can trigger a recession
There’s growing speculation that the Fed will cut interest rates to give the economy a boost, which would indirectly spur more inflation. The problem is, too much inflation can also be a bad thing. Read Professor Richard Warr's research-backed opinion in The Conversation.
The Wall Street Journal Pulls Upon Expertise of Prof. Richard Warr
Professor Richard Warr lends his expertise on hedging inflation to The Wall Street Journal.
Prof. Roger Mayer’s Trust Research in the News
There's more to trust than credence and faith, especially as it comes to politics, according to NC State Poole College of Management Leadership Professor Roger Mayer.
The Chronicle of Higher Education Shares Dean Appointment
The Chronicle of Higher Education published the appointment of Frank Buckless as Stephen P. Zelnak Jr. Dean of NC State Poole College of Management.
Prof. Rob Handfield Speaks to N&O: Local Impact of Tariffs
NC State Poole College of Management's Rob Handfield, Bank of America University Distinguished Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management, discussed the potential long-term impacts of tariffs with the The News & Observer.
Do You Trust Politicians? Depends on How You Define Trust
New research from Leadership Professor Roger Mayer presents new evidence to suggest that there are more layers to political trust than the public – and politicians themselves – previously thought.
Video: Jenkins Graduate Hooding Ceremony
The NC State Poole College of Management hosted its annual Jenkins Graduate Hooding Ceremony Thursday, May 9. View the video.
Prof. Rob Handfield Contributes to CNBC Conversation on Heinz Kraft Procurement Practices
Professor Rob Handfield, Bank of America University Distinguished Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management, weighed in on the questionable procurement practices of Heinz Kraft being implemented to meet bonus targets.
Prof. Andrew Schmidt Cited by MarketWatch
Andrew Schmidt, associate professor of accounting, lent his expertise to MarketWatch regarding President Trump's insistence that the over $1 billion in losses he reported in taxes weren’t necessarily financial.
Prof. Melinda Morrill Provides Public Pension Insights to U.S. News & World Report
Melinda Morrill, associate professor of economics at NC State Poole College of Management and expert on public sector pensions, provides insights to a U.S. News & World Report list of "10 Jobs that Still Offer Traditional Pensions."