Much of the recent economic debate between the major-party presidential candidates has focused on outsourcing of jobs. Roy Cordato tackles that topic in the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
Speaking of economic debate, economists Douglas Irwin of Dartmouth and Lawrence H. White of George Mason will offer alternative theories about the causes of the Great Depression. George Leef of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy dissects the latest evidence that a traditional four-year college education has been oversold.
You’ll hear highlights from the first state Supreme Court hearing involving North Carolina’s new election maps. And you’ll learn why the General Assembly’s Program Evaluation Division remains busy, even after state lawmakers have headed home for the year.