CONNECTICUT’S VOLATILE FUTURE: SHORT-TERM UP, BUT LONG-TERM DOWN: Presentation
While incoming federal dollars promise to boost Connecticut’s flagging economy in the short run, the state remains disconnected from the modern data-driven, digitally dependent economy that emerged in 2008. If it fails to address its structural deficiencies, Connecticut’s long-term outlook appears problematic due to a weak recovery and low-quality job growth. Continue Reading
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The Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis (CCEA), is a University Center located within the School of Business at the University of Connecticut (UConn).
CCEA specializes in economic impact and policy analysis studies, as well as advising clients regarding business strategy, market analysis, and related topics. CCEA focuses particular attention on the economic and business dynamics of Connecticut. CCEA’s studies of state issues are founded on data sets maintained by Amherst, Massachusetts based Regional Economic Modeling, Inc. (REMI), which licenses dynamic models of the state’s economy.