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2015-2016 Economic Outlook

The University of Arizona Economic Outlook



George HammondGeorge W. Hammond, Ph.D.
Director and Research Professor, Economic and Business Research Center



Anthony ChanAnthony Chan, Ph.D.
Chief Economist, Chase


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The Outlook is a product of the Forecasting Project. With a 30-year history, these forecasts are widely recognized for accuracy and for providing lucid insights into what the future holds.
The annual luncheon is presented by the Eller College of Management in cooperation with the University of Arizona Foundation.

Learn more about the Economic and Business Research center at its award-winning website, the premier source for information on Arizona's economy. There you will find measures of the economy's performance, analysis by the Eller College Economic and Business Research Center, and links to important studies. You may also view the latest issue of the award-winning Arizona's Economy newsletter on the website.

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Economic Outlook Forecast Luncheon

After a Stumble, Stronger Gains

After an awful start to the year, the U.S. economy is back on track and growing again. However, the economy remains well below potential, which leaves a large segment of the population without adequate employment opportunities. This is putting downward pressure on wage and income growth. In contrast, the stock market posted strong results in 2013 and is still rising.

Tucson continues to grow, with rising jobs, income, and population. But that growth has been disappointing. What is in store for 2015 and 2016? Will the housing sector finally find its groove and drive faster growth? Will the stock market register more gains? When will the Federal Reserve push interest rates up and what impact will that have on your portfolio and on overall economic growth? When will Tucson’s growth accelerate?

Find out at this annual must-attend event.

Event Details

Friday, December 12, 2014
Registration: 11:30 a.m.
Luncheon: Noon - 1:30 p.m.

Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa
3800 East Sunrise Drive
Tucson, Arizona

Cost: $80 per person, $800 per table of ten before November 25
$85 per person, $850 per table after November 25

Please note that no portion of your individual ticket or table payment qualifies as a charitable contribution.


We thank our Economic Forecast Luncheon sponsor:

JPMorgan Chase & Co.


Individual ticket price is $80, and a table of ten may be purchased for $800 before November 25.

Registration is now closed.

Please note that no portion of your individual ticket or table payment qualifies as a charitable contribution.

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