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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- Georgia’s job creation has been all over the map, drops like a rock one month and shoots up like a star the next. What is the reality and where are we headed?
- With the recent bout of hurricanes, is there an economic impact at the state and local level? At the nation?
- What does the new tax plan mean for you? When we will expect those tax cuts? Personal, corporate or both?
- The Fed will most likely hike rates in December, but then what about 2018? That may depend upon whether we see a change of guard in the New Year, or if Ms. Yellen continues on.
- Rajeev Dhawan,
- Carl R. Zwerner Chair of Economic Forecasting
- Director, Economic Forecasting Center, Georgia State University
- Stuart P.M. Mackintosh,
- Executive Director, Group of Thirty
- Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford,
- British Consulate General, Atlanta
- David E. Altig,
- Executive Vice President and Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta