Alumni Spotlight: Nicolai Kuminoff, PhD
Alumni Spotlight: Nicolai Kuminoff, PhD '06
NC State Home to Largest Number of International Students in NC
Rankings, reputation make NC State – especially the College of Engineering and Poole College of Management – a school of choice for international students, according to this Technician story. Read the full story here.
Poole College Welcomes More Than 1,300 New Students
New Poole College students come from across the U.S. and more than a dozen countries.
Ageing Nation Spells Positive Outlook for Senior Citizens
Robert Clark, professor of economics at the NC State Poole College of Management, has been sharing his expertise related to the economics of aging as visiting professor at the Universiti Malaya’s Social Well-being Research Centre (SWRC). He discusses options and […]
Poole College Economics Professor Melinda Sandler Morrill is among New TIAA Institute Fellows
Melinda Morrill's appointment as a TIAA Institute Fellow reflects her expertise in financial literacy and strategic management.
Government “Stimulus:” The Real Trickledown Economics
The terms trickledown economics has been used in the news media lately. Roy Cordato, teaching assistant professor of economics at Poole College, discusses that as well as supply side tax policy and Keynesian economics in this Mises Institute post. Cordato […]
Owens Honored with Menscer Cup
The NC State University Foundation presented its highest honor to Dr. Jim Owens, a three-time alumnus and the immediate past chair of the university’s Board of Trustees.
Faculty Research Award Recipient: Umut Dur, Economics
Work on student assignment systems helps communities and provides data for future research.
Public Employees’ Retirement Investment Plan Decisions More Complex than for those in the Private Sector
TIAA Institute research examines the multitude of offerings presented to North Carolina school districts.
Models That Forecast Impact of Government Spending Are Easily Manipulated
Economists have found that the most widely used model for predicting how U.S. government spending affects GDP can be rigged to control forecasts.