President Doti giving economic forecast talk.
Jim Doti's predictions for the economy, housing and employment are highly regarded features of Chapman's Economic Forecasts and Forecast Updates. (File photo)

Chapman’s Virtual Economic Forecast Set for Dec. 17

In light of the global pandemic and its economic impact, the Chapman University Economic Forecast is more important than ever. Next year’s trends will be presented at Chapman’s 43rd Annual Economic Forecast Conference on Thursday, Dec. 17 at 3 p.m. and will include a live Q&A with the experts. Thanks to our generous sponsors, access to this year’s forecast is complimentary.

Join Chapman experts as they delve into the global pandemic and analyze its economic impact. The Chapman University Economic Forecast will include discussions of real estate and housing, GDP and employment rates, the stock market and construction starts. Special topics include: the impact of the presidential election and the unveiling of a new Innovation Indicator metric.

Ranked #1 among forecast agencies for more than a decade, Chapman’s Economic Forecast has provided unrivaled insights into the economies of Orange County, California and the U.S. Each year in June, the update revisits the data shared at the conference for accuracy regarding the past two quarters, generally demonstrating why our forecasts receive national attention. At the same time, our presenters are ready to share new information about future quarters. Such relevant information is at the ready thanks to the continued efforts of the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research.

To register for complimentary admission to this year’s Economic Forecast, please visit the Chapman University Economic Forecast information page.