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Jeremy Jackson submits grant proposal to Mercatus Center of George Mason University

Jackson, Jeremy

Dr. Jeremy Jackson, Assistant Professor in Agribusiness and Applied Economics, has submitted a grant proposal in the amount of $10,000.  The primary sponsor is Mercatus Center of George Mason University and the title of the project is:

“Prairie Prosperity: An Economic Guide for North Dakota”

This project will take a deep look at the institutional structure of economic policy in the state of North Dakota with several goals in mind.

1)      Describe the current landscape of economic policy and the history of policy evolution that led to the current circumstances.

2)      Identify sources of fragility for the North Dakota economy and the effects on state fiscal solvency.

3)      Identify pragmatic policy proposals that address state fiscal challenges and put North Dakota on a pathway to prosperity.

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