Job growth is at opposite ends of the market, the high- and low-pay ends, with little growth in the middle. N.C. State University economist Mike Walden explores this phenomenon and what it means for the economy.
How’s North Carolina’s economy faring? N.C. State University economist Mike Walden counts (and explains) the various ways to measure economic activity.
Dr. Mike Walden, economist and William Neal Reynolds Distinguished professor at North Carolina State University, sees both the national and state economies growing and adding jobs over the next two years in his summer 2012 Economic Outlook.
In the past, new technology has both destroyed and created jobs. What will the future hold? Mike Walden discusses.
Mike Walden discusses actions North Carolina public leaders can take to spark economic and job growth in the state.
There are reasons to be optimistic about the jobs picture in North Carolina. Mike Walden discusses.
Our newly elected political leaders face two big questions. What is the condition of the economy? And what can government do to improve the economy? Mike Walden discusses.
The question, “Are you better off today?” has become a major debate of the political campaigns. Mike Walden brings economics to bear to address this often controversial question.
North Carolina’s economic record in recent years is complex, which makes it difficult to determine if the state is progressing or regressing economically. Mike Walden discusses.
What will the future hold as far as jobs are concerned? Mike Walden discusses two reports that look at the future of American job creation.