Longest Economic Expansion in U.S. History Will Continue, Predicts UCF Economist
Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. have one foot on the brake and one foot on the gas as political tensions and delayed policies are hindering economic growth in the U.S. Slow-moving Congressmen are not enough to stall the current economic expansion, however, says Sean Snaith, nationally recognized economist and director of UCF’s Institute for Economic Forecasting. The institute released its fourth…
40 Years After Graduating, Business Alum Still Inspired to Give Back
The College of Business celebrates an alumni gift with the investiture of John Solow to a new professorship in economics.
An Inside Look at UCF’s New Hip-Hop Business Classes
This fall UCF will offer a new graduate course focused on how innovation and entrepreneurship in hip-hop impacts the world of business.
Florida’s Economic Output will More than Double by 2049, Predicts UCF Economist
In the short-term, Sean Snaith’s forecast predicts average economic growth will maintain a 3.1 percent annual increase through 2022 with tax cuts and faster wage/salary growth fueling the expansion.
No Recession in Sight for U.S. Economy, Predicts UCF Economist
The country’s recent economic policies will extend the nation’s recovery from the Great Recession and avoid an economic downturn through 2021, says Sean Snaith, national…
Looking for Summer Camps in Orlando? Check Out These UCF-affiliated Options
From athletics to the arts to science to storytelling, there are plenty of summer camps for learning and play affiliated with UCF that can help…
Growth of State Economy to Outpace U.S. Economy, Snaith Predicts
The growth and strength of Florida’s economy is expected to outpace the national economy through 2022, predicts national economist and University of Central Florida faculty…
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