National University System Institute for Policy Research

Less than "stellar" 2016 outlook for San Diego with continuing national, state, and local concerns
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, January 20, 2016 – The National University System Institute for Policy Research (NUSIPR) will release its 2016 San Diego economic forecast today. Senior fellow and chief economist Kelly Cunningham foresees the regional economy seeing a slowing of annualized growth to just 1.9 percent, slightly slower than Cunningham's estimate for 2015 of 2.1 percent. Continue reading »
South County Economic Growth Three Times Faster than County Overall
SAN DIEGO, October 1, 2015 - Kelly Cunningham, economist for the National University System Institute for Policy Research, will present the findings at the South County Economic Development Council's 25th Annual Economic Summit Continue reading »
SCEDC 25th Annual Economic Summit
SOUTH COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, September 16, 2015 - 25th Annual Economic Summit Friday October 2nd, 2015 San Diego Convention Center 111 West Harbor Drive San Diego, CA 92101 8:00am - 2:00pm Continue reading »
Orange County-Leading Economic Indicators (OC-LEI) Index Continues to Rise in 2015
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SYSTEM INSTITUTE, September 2, 2015 - National University's Leading Economic Indicators (LEI) Index for Orange County increased 1.0 percent in June to 139.9 (June 2013 = 100.0), following a 0.9 percent increase in May, and 1.1 percent gain in April. This is the first month of the release for the National University's LEI Index for Orange County and three other major metropolitan areas throughout the state. The next index of leading economic indicators for Orange County will be released on October 7, 2015. Continue reading »
Technology Innovation Clusters are the KEY Drivers of San Diego's Regional Economic Growth
NUSIPR, August 27, 2015 - Technology-driven innovation companies have largely led San Diego's recovery from the worst recession in more than 70 years. Sectors of technology innovation not only lead economic growth, but the gains have accelerated in recent years. Continue reading »

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