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Hello and welcome to After Office Hours with the Puget Sound Economic Forecaster. This is your home for discussion about the Puget Sound region’s economy. The economy and what is affecting it continues to be in a high rate. We are recording this on October 15th for those keeping score – depending on when you are listening there are going to likely …
 
How do we go about counting people who are working, making money, but are not participating in the workforce in the traditional sense? Listen to the full podcast for more information.โดย Puget Sound Economic Forecaster
 
We issued a special edition of forecaster last week to update the forecast we posted in mid-June. Taking this extra step is definitely out of the ordinary but if there is anything we have learned in the past 18 months – not much is ordinary. The team this week includes, James McCafferty, Hart Hodges, Bethany King and Josh Grandbouche. Are we worrie…
 
Some things are just following the natural order of things! As COVID-19 makes things feel like we are standing still, we've continued to get older through the pandemic. Find out how this may be impacting our Baby Boomer population, retirement and the labor market!โดย Puget Sound Economic Forecaster
 
Josh covers the reasons the center decided to publish a special edition - it doesn't happen often. New numbers, new information, etc. Find out more in the full episode.โดย Puget Sound Economic Forecaster
 
It is back to school time and school supplies have become the new toilet paper. List to the full episode to find out Josh's answer to the question.โดย Puget Sound Economic Forecaster
 
Public policy is becoming a much larger ingredient in the forecast – stimulus, low rates, increased child tax credits, monthly stipends, and more. Supply chain issues, consumer demand shifts, minimum wage discussions and more are competing for attention as well. In the Forecaster we explore all of it. We have checked the math three times and it is …
 
We received a lot of calls after the latest Forecaster was published, asking for an explanation as why the retail numbers were so high. A little bit from Brianna in this trailer, find out more in the full episode.โดย Puget Sound Economic Forecaster
 
A brief listen to the group's conversation about the Regional Outlook and how we see things moving forward with respect to Boeing, to hear the rest of the conversation, check out the full podcastโดย Puget Sound Economic Forecaster
 
James, Josh, Hart and newcomer Brianna cover all the important topics and the effects we can maybe, hopefully, look forward to in the coming months. When asked if there is hope for the future, Hart's answer is "of course there is hope"... but it's complicated. The team parses out what we can expect over the coming months as it pertains to the local…
 
Hart talks about the realities of living in a big expensive city as it related to Seattle's number of renters vs. owners. He also touches on the future of residential and commercial construction. Is everyone going to be working from home?โดย Puget Sound Economic Forecaster
 
We are now a few weeks out from the first publication of our September forecast. It seems like a great time to talk about what we know now and where are current thinking is at. On the show today: James McCafferty serves as the general manager and publisher for the newsletter. Dr. Hart Hodges is an economics professor at Western Washington Universit…
 
We are now three weeks out from the first publication of our June forecast. It seems like a great time to talk about what we know now and where are current thinking is at. On the show today: Our special guest: Dr Steve Lerch is the Executive Director and Chief Economist for the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council. Steve is respon…
 
This week James, Hart and Josh are joined by Dr. Brandon Dupont to discuss the continuing impacts of the COVID-19 from a historical perspective. Dr. Brandon Dupont is an Economic Professor at Western Washington University. He has focused his work on topics related to 19th century banking crises and the history of economics. Brandon teaches courses …
 
This week James, Hart and Josh are joined by Dr. Laurie Trautman and Dr. Anneliese Vance Sherman. Dr. Anneliese Vance Sherman, a consistent contributor to the Forecaster, works with the Washington State Employment Security Department as a Regional Economist. To say she has her finger on the pulse of our State’s and region’s employment data is an un…
 
Join the WWU CEBR team, James McCafferty (our light comic relief), Hart Hodges and Joshua Grandbouche as the go in depth on the December issue of the Puget Sound Economic Forecaster. The 2019 economy has been a mixed bag. While there are a growing number of indicators to be concerned about, some, like consumer spending, remain strong. We have anoth…
 
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