L. William Seidman Research Institute Archives

Phoenix Joins Initiative to Promote Global Trade

microchip technology
by in Economy | Featured

The Greater Phoenix Economic Council announced the region has been selected as one of eight metro areas in the country to join a new exchange network created by the Global Cities Initiative, a joint project of Brookings and JPMorgan Chase. The Exchange is a network of metropolitan areas committed to promoting greater global trade and… Read More →

W. P. Carey School Dedicates New McCord Hall


One of the nation’s largest and highest-ranked business schools dedicated a brand new, state-of-the-art facility today. The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University held a ceremony to mark the official opening of its 129,000-square-foot McCord Hall. “We believe we’ve built the most advanced learning environment available for graduate business students,” says… Read More →

Rebound for Arizona and U.S. Slows Down

Arizona Is Losing Economic Grounds To Other Southwestern States, 2008

Jobs, home prices and population growth are all slowly rebounding in Arizona. However, experts from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University say we still have a long way to go, and the automatic federal budget cuts known as the sequester aren’t helping our momentum. The experts delivered their forecasts today… Read More →

Navajo Generating Station worth Billions to Navajo Nation

by in Energy | Featured | Workforce

The Navajo Generating Station in northern Arizona will help contribute nearly $13 billion to the Navajo economy and help support thousands of jobs from 2020 through 2044 – if agreements can be reached to keep the plant operating beyond 2019 – according to a study prepared for the Navajo Nation and Salt River Project by… Read More →

Arizona’s Economic Recovery Remains Sluggish, But The Outlook Is Brighter

Arizona Economic Forecast 2011
by in Economy

While the nation’s economy showed some significant signs of life in the first half of 2011, the state’s economy continues to bounce along the bottom. But forecasters at the Economic Club of Phoenix’s Annual Economic Outlook 2011 luncheon on May 5, said they are looking at a comparably stronger finish to the year, with growth… Read More →