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September 07, 2017

Kenan Institute Open House

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Recent News & Media

Will aggressive fee-cutting at the state pension fund lead to lower returns?

July 14, 2017

Greg Brown, director of the Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, comments on State Treasurer Dale Folwell’s aggressive moves to slash the fees that the $92 billion state pension fund pays to outside money managers. More

Steadying the Ship

June 20, 2017

An experienced investment committee can put an institution on course to gain higher endowment returns. More

Investment Trends in Clean Energy

June 05, 2017

On April 21, the Kenan-Flagler Energy Club celebrated Earth Day with a lecture by alumnus Rob Glen (Arts & Sciences, ’78). A senior executive based in San Francisco for Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), Glen sets the prominent industry analyst firm’s global service, analysis and customer strategies. He also leads its business relationships with organizations including Chevron, General Electric and Google. More

Latest Research

2017 UNC Tax Symposium

August 11, 2017

This April, the UNC Tax Center once again welcomed guests from across the country and around the world to Chapel Hill for our 20th Annual UNC Tax Symposium. The event was a great success, with participants ranging from academic researchers in accounting, finance, law and economics to policymakers and practitioners with an interest in evidence-based tax research. More


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