Moore spoke Jan. 31 at UWF College of Business as part of the Wells Fargo/UWF Executive Mentor Program Lecture Series.
With the economy nearing full employment, increases in interest rates by the Federal Reserve will also increase the deficit.
By looking at more than just the overall unemployment rate for an area, analysts can more readily explain why individuals and industry experiences can seem to be so different in the same local economy.
Consumers in Florida are feeling very positive about the state’s economy at the moment.
In this week’s Economic Report on WUWF 88.1-FM, Dr. Rick Harper discusses the Federal Reserve’s much anticipated rate hike announcement.
While the numbers may be up in manufacturing, they may not translate to more employment.
Meeting included topics ranging from measuring economic impact and measuring success to conducting survey research and using secondary data resources.
Our local communities are better than average at civic and social engagement but still need some work.
The jobs report from ADP, the nation’s largest payroll processor, yielded surprisingly good results for the month of November.
For the U.S. as a whole, alternative car sales rose from 3.98 percent of total car sales in 2005 to 11.26 percent of sales in 2015.
A closer inspection of the numbers reveals major changes in consumption patterns from years past.
Study reports that 58 percent of consumers plan to buy for themselves, spending an average of $139.61, and marking the second-highest level of personal spending in the survey’s 13-year history.