In order to provide the highest quality education, our faculty actively participate in scholarship. Scholarship activities of our faculty members include environmental and natural resource economics, urban and regional development, energy economics, economic history and economic policy. Our faculty is committed to fostering a strong sense of community, and students enjoy extensive interaction with faculty members.
Friday, Dec 1st, 2023
Moving to the country: Understanding the effects of Covid-19 on property values and farmland development riskAbstract: As human populations grow, one strategy for meeting housing demand is through the development...
Tuesday, Aug 1st, 2023
Measuring the effects of public land use change: An analysis of greenways in Raleigh, North CarolinaAbstract: From 2010–2015 Wake County, NC, and the City of Raleigh, have experienced prolific growth...
Tuesday, Mar 1st, 2022
Biofuels policy and innovation impacts: Evidence from biofuels and agricultural patent indicatorsAbstract: In the early 2000s, governments implemented policies stimulating the use of ethanol and biodiesel...
Sunday, Nov 1st, 2020
Fall in the sea, eventually? A green paradox in climate adaptation for coastal housing marketsAbstract: Efficient adaptation to climate change in coastal areas is likely to require public policy...