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The U.S. faces economic uncertainty at the global, national, state and local level. Private and government decision makers still need long-term economic forecasts to inform their planning and policies. Frederick Treyz, PhD, will present “Prospects for Growth and Change: U.S. Metro Area Forecasts 2022-2032,” published in the Economic Development Quarterly, February 2023.
In this webinar, Frederick Treyz will present REMI’s baseline economic and demographic forecasts for major U.S. metropolitan areas for the next 10 years. He will describe the methodology underlying these projections, and the reasons for differences in population and GDP growth estimates. The REMI model provides a framework for forecasting and policy analysis; Mr. Treyzwill show how model users can adjust the forecast to account for regional expertise in future economic conditions.