[Recording]COVID-19 Recovery: National Macroeconomic Outlook & Regional Economic Implications – Gabriel Ehrlich, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Jim Robey, Ph.D., & Katie Bolter, Ph.D., W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
States and communities across the nation have begun to implement steps to reopen and initiate their economic recovery while closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. The near- to mid-term macroeconomic outlook continues to change in regards to the national, industrial, and regional specific implications as several dynamic factors interact to alter the trajectory of the recovery.
Please join REMI on Wednesday, June 24th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET) for our guest webinar on the “COVID-19 Recovery: National Macroeconomic Outlook & Regional Economic Implications.” REMI will host two experts on this webinar to provide a national outlook and recommendations on modeling the regional economic and labor force implications of COVID-19 recovery scenarios.
Dr. Gabriel Ehrlich, Director of the University of Michigan Research Seminar in Quantitative Economics (RSQE), will present highlights from their most current forecast and offer commentary on the shifts of the recovery through 2022. We will also be joined by Dr. Jim Robey, Director of Regional Economic Planning Services at W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, who will discuss regional implications and trends in industry employment and labor force demands.
During this presentation, Dr. Ehrlich and Dr. Robey will discuss considerations to make when modeling COVID-19 recovery scenarios and similar analysis in REMI.