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The Forensic Economist, An Economic Newsletter for Lawyers: Employment Fringe Benefits as an Element of Economic Loss in Personal Injury (January 2017)

02.09.2017

Employment Fringe Benefits As an Element of Economic Loss in Personal Injury 


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NES Financial EB-5 Innovation Summit (Feb. 2017)

01.30.2017

EPR's President Jeff Carr will be presenting at the 4th Annual NES EB-5 Innovation Summit on February 9, 2017, in New York City.  Mr. Carr will be addressing the Summit on a panel discussion "Hot Topics EB-5."  The NES financial EB-5 summit brings together leading experts in EB-5 to discuss the latest developments in the industry and to discuss issues relating to the EB-5 Program.


Vermont Emergency Board Presentation (Jan.2017)

01.19.2017

On January 19, 2017, EPR President Jeffrey Carr presented the updated consensus economic and revenue forecast for the State of Vermont for fiscal years 2017-19.  Click below to connect to EPR's forecast update report.


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Vermont State Emergency Board Meeting: January 2017 Revenue Forecast Update (Jan.2017)

01.05.2017

 

Scott Administration Economist and EPR President and Senior Economist Jeff Carr, along with Legislative Economist Tom Kavet, will present the semi-annual Vermont Macroeconomic and Tax Revenue Forecast to the Vermont Emergency Board on January 19th at 10:00 AM.  The Vermont Emergency Board is comprised of Governor Phil Scott and so-called “money committee chairs” of the Vermont House and Vermont Senate.  The Vermont Emergency Board is charged with adopting a revenue forecast to help guide budget-appropriations deliberations during the 2017 legislative session.   

 


Livingston Survey—December 2016 Release (Dec. 2016)

12.15.2016

Forecasters participating in the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s Livingston Survey predict improved output growth over the second half of 2016 as well as an uptick in growth into 2017.  Forecasters project that real GDP (Gross Domestic Product) will grow to an annual rate of 2.7 percent in the second half of 2016 and growth of 2.2 percent in the first half of 2017 and 2.4 percent in the second half of 2017.  Inflation—as indicated by the CPI (Consumer Price Index) and PPI (Producer Price Index)--are expected to rise from 1.3 percent and -1.0 percent in 2016 to 2.4 percent and 2.7 percent in 2017 respectively.  Other economic indicators included in the survey are nominal GDP, nonresidential fixed investment, corporate profits after taxes, industrial production, housing starts, auto sales, average weekly earnings, prime interest rate, 3-month Treasury Bill, and S&P 500 stock price.  The Philadelphia Fed’s Livingston Survey is the oldest survey of economists’ expectations and is published twice a year in June and December.  Bob Chase, senior economist at EPR is a long-standing participant in the Survey.

For further information on the Survey, follow the link below. 


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