Arizona Economic Forecast Update Webinar - Fourth Quarter 2021
10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Nov. 18, 2021
This is the fourth-quarter economic forecast update meeting for members of Eller's Forecasting Project. Each quarter, economic forecasting experts meet with sponsoring organizations to examine the economic outlook and emerging trends which will affect Arizona's economy, the Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler metro area, the Tucson metro area, and the nation. This meeting is restricted to members of the Forecasting Project.
This quarter's meeting will be a Zoom webinar. Details and registration are forthcoming as we near the meeting date.
Twenty-three of Arizona's major private and public-sector organizations are members of The Forecasting Project. If you think your business or organization would benefit from Forecasting Project services, contact George Hammond.
Founded in 1972, the Forecasting Project is a community-sponsored research unit within the Economic and Business Research Center in the Eller College of Management at The University of Arizona providing comprehensive economic forecasting services to participating organizations.
Forecasting Project Director George Hammond uses custom-built state-of-the-art econometric models to generate forecasts for Arizona's economy statewide, the greater Phoenix metro area and the Tucson metro area. These forecasts are recognized as among the most accurate in the Western states. Forecasts cover key indicators such as jobs by industry, earnings, unemployment, population, income, sales, tax revenues, and residential construction activity. Project clients include private corporations, banks, public utilities, city and county governments, and a range of state governmental units. These organizations find Forecasting Project services invaluable in understanding current economic trends and planning for the future of our region. Your organization will too.