The question du jour about GDP growth
Hear the Director of the L. William Seidman Research Institute and Professor of Economics Dennis Hoffman share the arithmetic on whether 3 percent gross domestic product and above is sustainable and why it matters.
At the first Economic Club of Phoenix luncheon of the 2018-19 season, listen to the Economic Minute from Dennis Hoffman, director of the L. William Seidman Research Institute and professor of economics. He shares the arithmetic on whether 3 percent gross domestic product and above is sustainable and why it matters.
Listen to his presentation:
Follow along with his slides:
Learn more about the L. William Seidman Research Institute.
Hear the keynote presentation by Waste Management President and CEO Jim Fish on reducing, reusing, and looking to the future.
- 2024 outlook from ASU and national economists
Speakers from across the country and region share what’s in store for the year ahead at the 60th…
- Providing adaptable, accessible higher education
ASU professors discuss how W. P.
- MBA debt burden at the top 50 US business schools: Where grads owe the most and least
US News & World Report found W. P.