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Business Forecast Luncheon

Mervin Jebaraj, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Arkansas
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Health Care / Manufacturing / Restaurants & Food / Retail / Small Business / Tourism / Transportation

UA Economist Gives Tepid Forecast for Arkansas

Mervin Jebaraj believes several important industries will have a difficult time reaching pre-pandemic employment levels. read more >
Mervin Jebaraj, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Arkansas
Agriculture & Poultry / Banking & Finance / Business Services / Construction / Education / Energy / Insurance / Investments / Manufacturing / Public Companies / Real Estate / Retail / Small Business / Tourism

Speakers, Date Set for Business Forecast Luncheon

David Altig, executive vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, will give the national forecast. read more >
Mervin Jebaraj, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Arkansas
Education / Government & Politics / Health Care / Small Business / Tourism

Arkansas Big 3 Metros Power State Growth

The state of Arkansas had another strong job growth year in 2018, but almost all of it was centered on three main metro areas. read more >
Bill Dillard III
Banking & Finance / Education / Manufacturing / Public Companies / Retail

Bill Dillard III to Moderate UA Business Forecast Luncheon

Regional, national and international experts will discuss the economic outlook for Arkansas, the nation and the world at the 22nd annual Business Forecast luncheon. read more >
Kathy Deck, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the Walton College of Business, speaks to the audience at the 2013 Business Forecast Luncheon.
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Arkansas Economy Should Enjoy ‘Steady Growth,’ Kathy Deck Tells Forecast Luncheon

Arkansas will enjoy steady economic growth in 2013, but is not likely to hit pre-recession levels, economists say. read more >