Join the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise for a virtual talk featuring London Business School Finance Professor Alex Edmans, who will critically examine the case for purposeful business using rigorous evidence and real-life examples to show what works – and, importantly, what doesn’t.
In this interactive virtual workshop, learn how news gets made and how you can evaluate the credibility of news you find on the web. These practical skills will help you become news literate in your professional and personal lives.
When high-tech companies plan to expand, U.S. cities often compete to attract their investment. While living near a new corporate neighbor can bring job creation and an economic boost, these benefits aren’t experienced equally by local inhabitants. This week's insight explores this and other key findings in new research by UNC Kenan-Flagler Professor Franklin Qian and economist Rose Tan.
The Leonard W. Wood Center for Real Estate Studies, along with the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, cohosted the UNC Affordable Housing Symposium last month. Experts in the field, as well as academic professionals, explored how the Triangle housing climate has shifted as business booms in the surrounding area and how the real estate industry can prepare for the future.
North Carolina has been a relatively affordable place to live, but the housing climate is shifting as industry booms. On Nov, 19, join the Wood Center for Real Estate Studies and the Kenan Institute for the UNC Affordable Housing Symposium where industry and academic experts will explore how the Triangle can prepare for the future. Over the course of three interactive sessions, attendees will learn about an innovative model for preserving affordable workforce housing in high-impact locations, engage in a conversation around the impediments to developing new workforce housing communities, and ponder how shifts to remote work might impact the region’s housing affordability.
Post-COVID, tech firms are likely to continue to spread out across America’s cities. What factors determine their choices? For cities that seek to recruit the next Amazon HQ3, what do they gain from winning the competition? And from the perspective of their lower and middle-income residents, is it good or bad if they win?
This event, sponsored by the Commercial Real Estate Data Alliance (CREDA) and the Institute for Private Capital (IPC), brings together leading academics and practitioners for discourse and discussion on innovative topics in the field of commercial real estate.
With consumer prices rising for a third straight month in June, consumer demand continuing to outstrip supply and stock valuations well above long-term averages, our experts explore whether the so-called “everything bubble” of asset prices could be set to burst – and examine what’s next for investors and firms.
In this virtual fireside chat with Kenan Institute Director Greg Brown, Senior Fellow Mary Moore Hamrick, CEO of Political Quotient Advisors, outlined the impact of the Biden Administration’s legislative, regulatory and executive order actions on business thus far.