2020 has been the most unstable year economically in most of our lifetimes. What will 2021 and beyond hold?
Cal State Fullerton’s annual Economic Forecast Conference, presented in a virtual format this year, will examine where we’ve been and where we’re going in an Oct. 22 forum featuring esteemed economists Anil Puri, director of the Woods Center for Economic Analysis and Forecasting, and Mira Farka, the co-director of the center and associate professor of economics.
Presented over Zoom between 10:30 a.m. and noon next Thursday, the forecast, entitled The Great Disruption: Searching for Innovative Solutions and Infinite Possibilities in a Post-COVID World, will cover the current trends in coronavirus infection globally and locally, the impact and outlook for fiscal and monetary policy, how Orange County’s labor and housing markets are holding up, and what local business professionals are saying about the budding recovery.
Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, there’s no fee to attend, and there’s no limit on attendance, so invite your friends and colleagues to register to watch this forecast too. It will surely be 90 minutes well spent. Reserve your spot today!
The Economic Forecast Conference, presented in partnership with Orange County Business Council (OCBC), is title sponsored by U.S. Bank and supported by nearly 20 sponsors covering all sectors of the Southern California economy.