The Tampa Bay Economy is a newsletter produced at the Sykes College of Business. This biannual newsletter keeps our readers apprised of economic information pertaining to the Tampa Bay area. A near-term forecast of the local economy is provided along with special topic articles on U.S. and international macroeconomics.
In this issue
“Global economic integration, technological changes and
demographic shifts may have fundamentally altered inflation dynamics–global
slack might increasingly influence domestic inflation.” - Why Has US Inflation Remained Persistently Low? by V. Jayakumar
long-term forecast is made more uncertain with each growing political and
economic threat at the national level, the near-term forecast for the local
economy indicates an expansion that persists through 2017 and early 2018” - Tampa Bay Forecast: Near-Historic Expansion Continues by J. Stinespring
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