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2016-2017 Economic Outlook Luncheon at the Westin La Paloma in Tucson, Arizona, December 11, 2015. Presented by the Economic and Business Research Center, Eller College of Management, The University of Arizona.
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Tales of Two Cities: Arizona’s Largest Metropolitan Areas Diverge - fourth quarter 2015 economic forecast update
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By George W. Hammond, Ph.D.Director and Research Professor, EBRCThe Arizona economy is expanding at a solid, but unspectacular, pace. However, those gains...
Secondary School Teacher Wages Adjusted for Cost of Living (2013)
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Maile L. Nadelhoffer, Senior Research EconomistThe median wage for secondary school teachers in Tucson was $38,240 in 2014, substantially lower than their...
Arizona Tourism

Maile L. NadelhofferToday, at DATOS: Southern AZ Regional Overview - Hispanic Market Breakfast at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador, Alberta Charney,...
Arizona : not as young as we used to be

Valorie Hanni RiceBusiness Information Specialist SeniorIn 2014, Arizona’s population under 18 was 24.1%, which ranked the state as the 11th youngest state in...
Housing Affordability in Pima County – Rent vs. Own
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Jennifer PullenResearch EconomistMore than 1/3 of households in Pima County were housing cost burdened in 2013. When households are broken down by...
Arizona’s 30-Year Outlook: Bigger, Richer….Slower Third Quarter 2015 Forecast Update By George W. Hammond, Ph.D.
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By George W. Hammond, Ph.D.Director and Research Professor, EBRCArizona grew much faster than the nation during the 30 years before the Great...
Arizona flag and veterans

by Valorie Hanni RiceSenior Specialist, Business InformationThe Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the annual Employment Situation for Veterans 2014 report this...
vote with your feet

George W. Hammond, Ph.D.Director and Research Professor, EBRCLocation plays an important role in our lives. Just ask your friends in the Northeast...
auto workers welding Mexico

by Vera Pavlakovich-Kochi, Ph.D.Senior Regional Scientist and Associate Professor of GeographyIn 2006, the Mexican government merged two existing programs designed to promote exports,...