About the Center
Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta’s business area, the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is one of the few university-based centers providing an analysis of the economy, various industries and international trade, as well as prices and interest rates.
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Quarterly conferences featuring detailed economic analysis for the nation and Southeast
- 1 Conference Subscription
- Attend 4 conferences for 1 year for 1 person: $650
- 2 Conference Subscriptions
- Attend 4 conferences for 1 year for 2 people: $900
Directions to Our Conferences
Our quarterly economic forecasting conferences take place at Georgia State University’s Centennial Hall.
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- Is Georgia’s income creation in sync with the job creation pace which has slowed? What does the future hold over here? How will the new tax plan
impact both income and job creation in Atlanta?
- Can Atlanta’s single-family building and home price appreciation get to the next level in the face of Fed hikes and the proposed tax changes?
- Where is inflation these days? Is it simmering under the surface or are global developments tampering it down, permanently?
- With the new make-up of the Fed in 2018, how restrained can the Fed be – or will be – in its rate hikes?
- Rajeev Dhawan,
- Carl R. Zwerner Chair of Economic Forecasting
- Director, Economic Forecasting Center, Georgia State University
- Michael Drury,
- Chief Economist, McVean Trading & Investments, LLC
- John Hunt,
- President, MarketNSight & ViaSearch, Inc.
- Frank Norton, Jr.,
- CEO Chairman, Norton Holdings