Quiz: How well do you know what's driving the local and national economy amid coronavirus?
Virtual guests at the first-ever Annual Economic Outlook webinar, sponsored by the Economic Club of Phoenix, answered a set of questions about what's driving the local and national economy. Now you can answer.
Virtual guests at the first-ever Annual Economic Outlook webinar, sponsored by the Economic Club of Phoenix (ECP), answered a set of questions about what's driving the local and national economy amid coronavirus. Now you can answer.
Below is a test of your economic knowledge (and useful trivia) — it's not fair to ask Siri or check Google for the answers.
Scoring: 10 points possible. Correct answers are worth 1 point for questions 1 to 8. The bonus question is 2 points.
Want to learn more before you test? Read about what's in store for the state and nation from Director of the L. William Seidman Research Institute Dennis Hoffman, Director of the JPMorgan Chase Economic Outlook Center Lee McPheters, and Director of the Master of Real Estate Development program Mark Stapp, who is the Fred E. Taylor Professor in Real Estate.
ECP members receive invitations to each luncheon throughout the year, including the annual Economic Forecast and Economic Outlook lunches. Join ECP today, or attend select luncheons, to discover new ideas and network with other leaders throughout the Phoenix business community.
The first ECP luncheon of the 2020-21 season is on Sept. 9, featuring Girish Rishi of Blue Yonder (formerly JDA Software).
For more information about the club or to reserve seats, visit econclubphx.org or call 480-727-0596. Journalists interested in covering an event are asked to RSVP in advance.
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