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Alan Guebert peels back the economic theories that have shaped U.S. policy for decades and continue to play a part in government involvement in the markets.

Alan Guebert explains how globalization has led to one of the most efficiency-centered, imbalanced and fragile economies in history. 

How do you solve an $80 billion problem? Economists and rural broadband advocates are looking for solutions to rural broadband access challenges, but there is no silver bullet, and some say it's hard to know how effective subsidy programs are, given the limited research.

There are strategies farmers can follow to become more economically resilient. Learn more in this week's Dairy Excel column.

Alan Guebert weighs in on the state of the country amid the current economic and political circumstances.

Farmers seeing brighter days on the horizon, according to Purdue University's recent survey in October.