The Economic Outlook for 2009-2010: How bad will it get?
The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management presents the annual Economic Outlook forecast luncheon – December 12 at the Westin La Paloma.
TUCSON, Ariz. – November 26, 2008 – As 2008 comes to a close, the national and local economies are in free-fall. What was supposed to be a short and mild recession is now looking more like the severe recessions of the mid 1970s and early 1980s. Will the unprecedented measures taken by the federal government to prop up the financial system be sufficient to rescue the economy quickly, or are we facing a 1990s-style Japanese “lost decade?” How much further will housing prices fall? What measures can budget-challenged state and local governments take to get this economy rolling again? Is inflation or deflation the bigger threat?
Join Paul R. Portney, Gerald J. Swanson, and Marshall J. Vest as they cut to the bottom line at this annual, must-attend event.
The cost for the luncheon is $75 per person/$750 per table thereafter. Register online at www.eller.arizona.edu/outlook or call 520.626.7842.
The 2009-2010 Economic Outlook Annual Forecast Luncheon
3800 East Sunrise Drive
Friday, December 12, 2008
11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Paul R. Portney, Dean of The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management
Gerald J. Swanson, Thomas R. Brown Chair in Economic Education
Marshall J. Vest, director of the Economic and Business Research Center
NOTE: Members of the media may attend the luncheon at no cost. There is a press conference scheduled for 11:00 a.m. in Aster I room at the hotel. Please contact Liz Warren-Pederson to be added to the media list.
The Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona is internationally recognized for pioneering research, innovative curriculum, distinguished faculty, excellence in management information systems, entrepreneurship, and social responsibility. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Eller undergraduate program #11 among public business schools and two of its programs are among the top 20 — Entrepreneurship and MIS. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Eller MBA Full-Time program #48 in the U.S. The College is among the leaders of business schools generating grant funds for research. In addition to a Full-Time MBA program, the Eller College offers the 25th ranked Evening MBA program, the Eller Executive MBA and the Online MBA. The Eller College of Management supports more than 5,800 undergraduate and 750 graduate students on the UA campus in beautiful Tucson, Arizona, and a satellite campus in Phoenix.
Liz Warren-Pederson, Eller College of Management
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