Our 2023 Frontiers of Business Conference will convene corporate executives, top researchers and policy leaders to share objective, evidence-based solutions for navigating the precarious road toward a labor market equilibrium. Learn more today.
Institute Executive Director Greg Brown offered his analysis of the June 2 employment report and talked about why now may be a good time to tackle the country’s spending and revenue issues.
Kenan Institute Distinguished Fellow John Haltiwanger of the University of Maryland talks about why the Hollywood story of rising from the mailroom to the boardroom is less likely to happen now.
Join us for the Kenan Institute’s monthly virtual press briefing at 9 a.m. EDT this Friday, June 2, as institute Executive Director Greg Brown offers his insights on the labor market and the long road back to fiscal responsibility.
Fayetteville State University Chancellor and CEO Darrell T. Allison, Fayetteville-Cumberland Regional Entrepreneur and Business Hub Director Tamara Martin and others talk about how the hub has affected the region's economy.
A recent meta-analysis from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Professor Elad Sherf and co-authors examines the literature on "seeking behavior" at work – such as asking for information, feedback or help. Why does it matter and how can it be harnessed to the benefit of both employers and employees?
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School’s Christian Lundblad offered his analysis of the May 5 employment report, which showed employers adding 253,000 jobs in April, far above forecasts. He also answered questions about the Fed’s next move and what a sharp revision in March’s numbers might mean.
Join us for the Kenan Institute’s monthly virtual press briefing at 9 a.m. EDT this Friday, May 5, as UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Professor Christian Lundblad offers his insights on both the labor market and the Fed's response to continuing inflation.
Our American Growth Project examination of skills in the workforce begins with a discussion of why skills are difficult to measure, then moves to a broad look at two ways to estimate the skill level across our Extended Metropolitan Areas.
Haltiwanger, a Kenan Institute Distinguished Fellow, will discuss implications for the continuing restructuring of the U.S. economy associated with the surge in new business creation.
Craig Allen, president of the U.S.-China Business Council, provides insights on U.S.-China relations and its impact on U.S. firms. The Q&A session facilitated by UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School's Denis Simon further delves into the issue's complexities.
Debt Ceiling Drama: Another Brick in the Recession Wall
Chief Economist Gerald Cohen discusses why the uncertainty caused by the debt ceiling crisis is bad for the economy - regardless of how the situation ends.