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Spotlight on Economics: Does a Need for New Farm Policy Exist?   ( 2020-06-17 )
Research suggests a need to take a closer look at farm policies.
Spotlight on Economics: COVID-19 Brings Renewed Debate About Legislating Externalities   ( 2020-06-03 )
COVID-19 has us reconsidering personal liberties on many fronts.
Spotlight on Economics: Research Improves Understanding of Public Policies   ( 2020-05-27 )
Student projects try to improve the understanding of policy questions on the minds of elected officials, policymakers and citizens.
Spotlight on Economics: How will COVID-19 Affect International Trade?   ( 2020-05-13 )
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected 185 countries so far.
Spotlight on Economics: Pandemic Protection and Economic Growth are Complements, Not Substitutes   ( 2020-05-06 )
The U.S. can protect against COVID-19 sufficiently and maintain its economic prosperity.
Spotlight on Economics: Trucking Industry a Supply Chain Key Player   ( 2020-04-29 )
Truckers continue to brave the risk of getting COVID-19 so communities across the country can receive the services and products they need.
Spotlight on Economics: Economics Lessons From Bald and Bankrupt   ( 2020-04-22 )
A vlogger provides economic lessons during his travels.
Spotlight on Economics: Who Will Serve Pork to Chinese Consumers?   ( 2020-03-04 )
China has struggled to meet the growing demands for pork with its domestic supplies.
Spotlight on Economics: Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?   ( 2020-01-29 )
Civil discourse is fundamental to a free, open and pluralistic society.
Spotlight on Economics: Trade is Good for the Environment   ( 2019-01-09 )
Years of liberalized international trade have increased incomes and led to improved environmental quality in many regions of the world.
Spotlight on Economics: Big Data, Analytics and Corn Have Much in Common   ( 2018-10-17 )
Big data is helpful if it's convert into something useful: information and actionable insights.
Spotlight on Economics: The Art of Mediation   ( 2018-10-03 )
Mediation is an art as much as it is a science.
Spotlight on Economics: Health and Environmental Concerns of Indiscriminate GMO Adoption in Agriculture   ( 2018-09-19 )
Producers need to keep an eye on scientific developments in agriculture and international health and food policies.
Spotlight on Economics: Occupational Safety at Agricultural Cooperatives   ( 2018-08-08 )
Improved occupational safety may yield business benefits for agricultural cooperatives.
Spotlight on Economics: Cattle Price Volatility Continues   ( 2018-07-11 )
Expect cattle and other livestock price volatility to continue until trade disputes are resolved.
Spotlight on Economics: Oil Boom and Crime   ( 2018-06-13 )
Tackling crime problems in rural boomtowns requires policies and strategies that respond to communities’ needs.
Spotlight on Economics: New Center Brings Speakers, Scholarships to Campus   ( 2018-05-30 )
The Center for the Study of Public Choice and Private Enterprise was launched a little more than a year ago.
Spotlight on Economics: The Monetary Role of Commodities   ( 2018-05-17 )
Markets regulate the quantity of money.
Spotlight on Economics: NAFTA Renegotiation and Issues Related to Sweetener Trade   ( 2018-02-07 )
Sugar and other sweeteners could be an issue in NAFTA renegotiations.
Spotlight on Economics: We Enjoy Environmental Services Without Paying for Them   ( 2018-01-17 )
The benefits of nature-based recreation should be accounted for when making public-policy decisions on public lands and environmental programs.
Columns
Spotlight on Economics: Spotlight on Economics: Does a Need for New Farm Policy Exist?  (2020-06-17)  Research suggests a need to take a closer look at farm policies.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Try These 5 Questions During Ice Cream Month  (2020-07-09)  July has been designated National Ice Cream Month since 1984.  FULL STORY
Dakota Gardener: Dakota Gardener: The Right Way to Water Your Lawn  (2020-07-07)  Your lawn needs about 1 inch of water per week.  FULL STORY
 
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