A rebuttal of CEFD's recent Prop 22 analysis by the UC Berkeley Labor Center fails to address the fundamental problem with Berkeley's inaccurate finding that rideshare drivers will earn less than the minimum wage if Prop 22 passes.
Red Herrings Used To Deflect Sound Research on Rideshare Driver Earnings
2020 has been a year of unprecedented economic turmoil... and a momentous presidential election still on the way. Join the virtual Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference on October 13 for a look at what's next!
Riding the Coronavirus Coaster: An Economic Outlook for 2021
The unprecedented shift in traffic and mobility patterns in the wake of COVID-19 has led to a false perception that the pandemic may be a boon to lowering GHG emissions. Our new white paper tells a different story.
COVID-Driven Decline In Traffic Won't Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
A new analysis takes a deep dive into the neighborhoods and communities of Riverside County and finds that a significant proportion of workers are unlikely to receive unemployment insurance funds from the Federal CARES Act.
Who Is and Who Is Not Receiving Pandemic-Related Aid in Riverside
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.