Posts Tagged ‘Frank Hefner’

Economic Forecast 2018

Posted on: January 15th, 2018 by Allison Andrews No Comments

Our panel of expert economists: John Silvia, Wells Fargo Securities, Frank Hefner, College of Charleston, John E. Connaughton, UNC Charlotte, Mike Walden, NC State University take a look at the biggest factors likely to impact the economy in 2018. The new Fed Chair, real estate, wage growth, tax policy and elections are among the topics.

Economic Year in Review 2017

Posted on: January 8th, 2018 by Allison Andrews No Comments

A lively discussion with our panel of expert economists: John Silvia, Wells Fargo Securities, Frank Hefner, College of Charleston, John E. Connaughton, UNC Charlotte, Mike Walden, NC State University. From the biggest surprises to the impact of deregulation, global markets and the certainty of uncertainty what were the biggest stories for the economy in 2017.

Economic Year in Review

Posted on: January 2nd, 2017 by Allison Andrews

Our annual look back at the policies and factors that played into the economy. Our panelists are Frank Hefner, Director, Office of Economic Analysis, College of Charleston, Doug Woodward, Director, Division of Research, University of South Carolina, John E. Connaughton, Barings Professor of Financial Economics, UNC Charlotte and Mike Walden, Reynolds Distinguished Professor, NC State University

Economic Forecast 2017

Posted on: January 2nd, 2017 by Allison Andrews

From healthcare costs, to global trade and corporate tax reform, what will be the biggest issues impacting the economy in 2017. Our panelists: Frank Hefner, College of Charleston, Doug Woodward, University of South Carolina, John E. Connaughton, UNC Charlotte, Mike Walden, NC State University.

Economic Forecast 2016

Posted on: January 10th, 2016 by Allison Andrews

What will the new year hold for interest rates, healthcare and transportation? How will politics impact our economy in 2016? Our panel of experts includes Frank Hefner, College of Charleston, Doug Woodward, University of South Carolina, John Connaughton, UNC Charlotte, and Harry Davis, Appalachian State University.

Economic Year in Review 2015

Posted on: December 19th, 2015 by Allison Andrews

What was the biggest surprise of the year? Our panel of experts includes Frank Hefner, College of Charleston, Doug Woodward, University of South Carolina, John Connaughton, UNC Charlotte, and Harry Davis, Appalachian State University.

Mid-year Economic Report 2015

Posted on: July 7th, 2015 by Allison Andrews

Our expert panel looks at issues including energy, interest rates, and global concerns. Panelists: Rick Kaglic, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; Frank Hefner, College of Charleston; Jay Bryson, Wells Fargo Securities; Joseph Von Nessen, University of South Carolina

2015 Economic Forecast

Posted on: January 11th, 2015 by Allison Andrews

A panel of economists looks at the coming year. From jobs, to oil to housing and beyond, hear their predictions for 2015.

2014 Economic Year in Review

Posted on: January 1st, 2015 by Allison Andrews

A panel of top economists look back at the stories that had the biggest impact on the Carolina economy. Panelists include Frank Hefner, College of Charleston; Doug Woodward, University of South Carolina; John Connaughton, UNC Charlotte; Harry Davis, Appalachian State University.

Economy and Education

Posted on: August 2nd, 2013 by admin

Unemployment statistics in the Carolinas indicate the region’s economic recovery is still in progress, even while many companies expand their employee ranks. The challenge of finding qualified workers for available jobs is a challenge that has been repeatedly mentioned by employers. On this program, Economist Dr. Frank Hefner of the College of Charleston dives deeper into the unemployment numbers, and Otis Rawl of the S.C. Chamber of Commerce talks about the task of reforming education to meet workforce needs.

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