Arizona Economic Outlook
A Long and Winding Road: The Arizona 30-Year Outlook- Third Quarter Forecast Update
By George W. Hammond, Ph.D.
EBRC Director and Eller Research Professor
September 1, 2014
Arizona’s economic growth slowed during the Spring of 2014, with job growth falling back to the U.S. average. Nonetheless, the state economy continues to expand and growth is likely to continue as long as the nation avoids recession. Indeed, the forecast calls for state growth to pick up speed during the 2015-2017 period, with gains across most indicators far exceeding national results.
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* numbers & analysis from EBR's August 2014 quarterly forecast (next update: December 2014)
Selected economic forecast numbers for Arizona, Phoenix and Tucson Metros
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