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Economic Forecast

  

Potential Trade War Shadows an Otherwise Healthy Economy, Chapman Economists Say

June 22, 2018 by | Business and Law

The economy is generally perking along well, thanks to the ongoing recovery from the Great Recession, high employment and robust construction growth, according to the latest Economic Forecast Update from Chapman University. But beware of a trade war. Especially in California, where merchant shipping, trade and related industries are major economic engines, said Chapman economist

Chapman University economists see more jobs in Orange County’s future

December 7, 2017 by | Business and Law

Remember aerospace jobs? They’re back, according to Chapman University’s 2018 Economic Forecast. Particularly in Orange County. “If you just look at individual categories, the highest manufacturing sector since 2010? Aerospace. This is a surprise,” said economist and Chapman President Emeritus Jim Doti, who presented the 40th annual report. Medical supplies and equipment products share that

Chapman economists predict growth, mild inflation and ‘Trumpenomics’

December 15, 2016 by | Business and Law

The new Trump administration will certainly change the economic picture for the U.S. But not as much as  the president-elect’s supporters or detractors may think, according to Chapman University President Emeritus Jim Doti. Doti opened the 39th Annual Economic Forecast with a “Trumpenomics” prologue in which he predicted that the president-elect’s plans will be moderated. “On

'Weak recovery' forecast for U.S. economy

June 3, 2010 by | Business and Law

Just as it drove the bubble that led to the crisis, housing will slow the U.S. recovery, according to the midyear economic update released today by the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research at Chapman University. “(Housing is) going to be a problem for a while still,” said Esmael Adibi, Ph.D., director of the

What's next for U.S economy?

May 20, 2010 by | Business and Law

What’s coming next for the Orange County, state of California and national economies? Can relief from the economic crisis be in sight? Chapman University’s President Jim Doti, Ph.D. and economics professor Esmael Adibi, Ph.D. will answer those questions and more during the annual mid-year Update of their respected Economic Forecast on Thursday, June 3, at