The annual IE Economic Forecast Conference hosted by the UCR School of Business attracted hundreds of attendees from across the region and beyond. View the conference e-book and other details at the post-event website.
13th Annual Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference A Hit!
CEFD's new analysis finds that recent allegations of widespread violations of a California law capping rent increases on tenants are poorly supported and, in light of available public data, unlikely to be true.
No Evidence That California's Rental Caps Are Being Violated
For several decades there has been a substantial slowdown in the growth of Americans in their prime working years. The scarcity of workers is hindering the ability to connect demand to supply and slowing economic growth.
Population Growth, Not Pandemic, At Root Of U.S. Worker Shortage
Our latest White Paper finds that California is on track to outpace the U.S. as a whole in its concentration of green jobs... indicating that the transition to a greener, cleaner economy is not at odds with job creation.
Do We Really Need To Choose Between Economic Growth And Cleaner Air?
The Center for Economic Forecasting and Development applies business expertise, understanding of public policy, and deep academic training to analyzing the regional, state, and national economy—producing economic forecasts, public policy analysis, and economic impact studies.