Gas taxes are used to pay for road construction and maintenance in most states, but there are cracks appearing in the system. Mike Walden discusses possible alternatives.
Mike Walden discusses actions North Carolina public leaders can take to spark economic and job growth in the state.
In an election year, it seems there’s very little on which we can agree. But Mike Walden says there is substantial agreement among policy makers about what’s needed to make the economy function more smoothly.
Taxes involve tradeoffs, and any discussion of taxes should consider these tradeoffs. Mike Walden discusses.
There will be much discussion about economics in this election year. But what are the economic themes at the root of these discussions and differences?
What’s behind the growing gap between those with more income and wealth and those with less? N.C. State University economist Mike Walden discusses.
Our national debt is stirring debate in Washington and around the nation. Mike Walden provides a primer.
Tax rates change, but tax collections as a percentage of the economy don’t. Economist Mike Walden discusses this seeming contradiction.