An interdisciplinary journal focused on government and public policy in North and South Carolina.
North Carolina District Schools Are Thriving Fiscally Alongside Charter-School Growth
Erik S. Root
Pages: 7 – 28 | First Published: August 2019
The Importance of Place Prosperity in Economic Mobility:
An Examination of Occupational/Industrial Mismatch in Forsyth County
Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi, Michael Zeoli
Pages: 29 – 60 | First Published: August 2019
Calculation and Corporate Tax Incentives
Rosolino A. Candela, Peter J. Jacobsen
Pages: 61 – 75 | First Published: August 2019
The Cost of College Athletics in the Carolinas: Estimates and Policy Implications
Jody W. Lipford, Jerry K. Slice
Pages: 76 – 101 | First Published: August 2019
North Carolina’s Anti-Monopoly Clause: Still Relevant after All These Years
Pages: 102 – 108 | First Published: August 2019
Providing Partisan Affiliation in Judicial Elections
Bryan C. McCannon
Pages: 109 – 114 | First Published: August 2019
The Cambridge Handbook of Classical Liberal Thought
Edited by M. Todd Henderson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Pp. xiii + 313. $150.00, hardcover.
Book Review by: Jenna Robinson, The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal
Pages: 115 – 117 | First Published: August 2019
The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas are Setting up a Generation for Failure
Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt. (New York: Penguin Press, 2018), 338 pages.
Book Review by: Andrew Taylor, North Carolina State University
Pages: 118 – 120 | First Published: August 2019
Why Liberalism Failed
Patrick J. Deneen. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2018), 248 pages. ISBN: 9780300240023 (pbk.). Hardback/Paperback: $30.00/18.00
Book Review by: Gregory J. Robson, Eudaimonia Institute at Wake Forest University, University of Arizona
Pages: 121 – 124 | First Published: August 2019
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