Sep 11, 2023
Some of the increase appears to be due to changes in how health professionals screen for and report on suicidal thoughts.
Aug 3, 2023
Nathan Goldman analyzes the financial and economic impact of high profile businesses migrating to North Carolina.
Jul 11, 2023
Melinda Morrill, Poole College professor of economics, discusses how defined benefit pension plans are still predominantly available for educators.
Jun 21, 2023
Poole College professors Eileen Taylor and Steve Allen discuss how Raleigh city council’s ‘missing middle’ plan won’t solve the city’s shortage of affordable housing.
Jun 12, 2023
The influx of Ukrainian refugees across Europe will improve long-term GDP for European countries that invest in infrastructure and other capital improvements.
Jun 9, 2023
Ayse Dur, assistant professor of economics at Poole College, weighs in on the history of recessions in the U.S. and the current threat of downturn facing our economy.
May 11, 2023
Poole College Professors Eileen Taylor and Steve Allen examine the complexities of denser housing development as a strategy for making housing more affordable in North Carolina's Triangle region.
Mar 2, 2023
Poole's Luca David Opromolla looked for opportunities to grow the university’s field of international economics by collaborating with neighboring Duke University and UNC. So he created the Devils and Wolves Seminar Series.
Oct 12, 2022
Professor Richard Warr addresses the current standing of the UK economy.
Sep 12, 2022
Poole College assistant professor of economics Ayse Dur explains what these indicators could mean when it comes to the likelihood of the United States experiencing its first significant recession since the subprime mortgage crisis.