Welcome to Chapman University's Economic Forecast 2021
Thank you for joining us live for Chapman University’s 2021 Economic Forecast on Tuesday, December 14. You can view a recording of the presentation below.
Economic & Business Review
Recognized for its statistical accuracy, the Economic & Business Review is published semiannually by the Anderson Center and is available for purchase.
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If you or your company are looking for top-notch talent to fill roles within your organization, look no further than Chapman’s network of outstanding alumni and students.
As Chapman University’s forecasting has consistently outperformed agencies and institutions participating in the Blue Chip Economic Indicators Survey, the university’s Economic Forecasts are must-see events. The insights from each presentation, gathered by Chapman’s A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research, have helped guide and fortify Southern California’s business communities for more than forty years.
In 2020, the two forecast conference events adopted a virtual format, reaching nearly 10,000 viewers across the globe. A new important metric was unveiled in December 2020, the Innovation Indicator, a scorecard that ranks regional economic growth based on success in creating jobs and expanding the innovation sector industry. This industry will again be reviewed and analyzed along with the vaccine’s rollout and other national issues influencing the economy. You won’t want to miss the forecasts in 2021.
Economic Trends post Covid-19
- Pace of Recovery?
- Home Prices?
- Interest Rates?
- Stock Market?
Special Report: “How is O.C. doing in creating innovative jobs?”
Fadel N. Lawandy, CAIADirector of the Hoag Center for Real Estate and Finance, Director of the Janes Financial Center and Clinical Associate Professor of Real Estate and Finance
Dr. Raymond SfeirProfessor, Director of the Anderson Center for Economic Research, and the A. Gary Anderson Chair of Economic Analysis
About the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research
The Anderson Center for Economic Research (ACER) at Chapman University was established in 1979 to provide data, facilities, and support in order to encourage the faculty and students at Chapman University to engage in economic and business research of high quality and to disseminate the results of this research to local communities.
Economic & Business Review
Recognized for its statistical accuracy, the Economic & Business Review is published semiannually by the Anderson Center and is available for purchase by the public as an educational service.
About Chapman University | Celebrating 160 Years
Founded in 1861, Chapman University is a nationally-ranked private university in Orange, California, about 30 miles south of Los Angeles. Chapman serves nearly 9,000 undergraduate and graduate students, with a 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Students can choose from 110 areas of study within 11 colleges.