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Emerging Issue Forum Reports

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2014: Teachers and the Great Economic Debate

Teachers and the Great Economic Debate

K-12 Teaching Standards and the Promotion of Highly Effective Teaching
Professional Development and the Promotion of Highly Effective Teaching
The Status of the Teaching Profession and the Promotion of Highly Effective Teaching
Teacher Compensation and the Promotion of Highly Effective Teaching

2013: @Manufacturing works

@Manufacturing Works

 

2012: Investing in Generation Z

What’s Next, Gen Z?: A follow up report to our 2012 program of work.
The Face of Generation Z
Coworking in North Carolina
Community Guidebook – Map your community assets to see how you can best invest in the next generation.

2011: Health Innovations

North Carolina Health Innovations Report Booklet
Allied health demonstration model

2010: Creativity, iNC

NC Creativity Report – IEI publishes the progress North Carolina has made in building its creative capacity since February, 2010.

 

Community Discussion Guide – Designed to help communities to enhance and harness creativity for economic development.

 

Inventory of Creativity Programs – Details various creativity programs already at work in other states and regions across the US.

 

New Thinking, New Jobs – A report on North Carolina’s creative workforce, written in partnership with the NC Department of Commerce

2009: Growth and Infrastructure 

 

Changing Landscapes: Building the Good Growth State

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2011 Faculty Fellows Papers on Generation Z

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Generation Z: What is the future of stakeholder engagement?

 

by Mary Lou Addor, Ed.D., Interim Director, Natural Resources Leadership Institute and Organizational Development Specialist, NC State University Cooperative Extension


Predicting North Carolina’s Job Market in 2020

 

by G. Jason Jolley, Adjunct Professor, Kenan-Flager Business School at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and Senior Research Director for the Carolina Center for Competitive Economies


Global Engagement in an Interconnected World

 

by John Lee, Associate Professor of Social Studies, NC State University


The Art of Communication and Networking for the “Under-Thirty” Generation: The Impact Felt and Heard Around the World

 

by Terri M. Manning, Associate Vice President & Director, Center for Applied Research, Central Piedmont Community College


What the Under 30 Generation Wants in the Workforce: What Employers Need to Know to Retain Them

 

by Terri M. Manning, Associate Vice President & Director, Center for Applied Research, Central Piedmont Community College


Generation Z and an Urbanizing North Carolina

 

by Jeff Michael, Director, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Urban Institute


Engaging North Carolina’s Generation Z in Civic Life

 

by Kelley O’Brien, director, NC Civic Education Consortium


Diversity and Public Education

 

by Michael Roberts, instructor of English, Robeson Community College


Environmental Challenges Facing Generation Z

 

by Wiliam G. Ross, Jr., Visting Professor of Environmental Science & Policy, Duke University


Generation Z as Consumers: Trends and Innovation

 

by Stacy Wood, Langdon Distinguished Professor of Marketing, College of Management, NC State University

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Other Publications

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Smart Grid: Core Firms in the Research Triangle Region 

Read why the Research Triangle Region puts North Carolina on the map as a smart grid hotspot.


Public-Private Partnerships
 

Provides a general understanding of PPPs, including their benefits and drawbacks.

Renewable Energy in NC: The Potential Supply Chain

The Potential Supply Chain: this report by IEI Faculty Fellow Keith Debbage examines North Carolina’s economic development opportunities in the new energy economy.

Renewable Energy in North Carolina

This article by IEI Policy Manager, Diane Cherry, and Shubhayu Saha, details North Carolina’s energy demands, sources of energy and the potential for renewable energy projects.

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