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September NABE Outlook
The NABE panel forecasts a gradual acceleration in economic expansion, from a 2.3% rate of growth in inflation-adjusted gross domestic product in the third quarter of 2013 to 3.0% in the spring through the autumn quarters of 2014. NABE Outlook Summary
August 2013 Policy Survey
An overwhelming majority of the NABE Economic Policy Survey panel believes that the projected deficits over the next few decades represent a principal challenge facing the nation, although there was no consensus among panelists who participate in the NABE Policy Survey regarding the appropriateness of fiscal policy at present. More
July 2013 Industry Survey
Results from NABE’s July 2013 Industry Survey indicate that sales continued to advance in the second quarter of 2013, although at a slower pace than at any time in the past year. Members can read the full NABE Industry Survey July 2013 - a summary is available for the public .
NABE News June 2013
The June edition of NABE News is now online. NABE News June 2013
NABE Outlook May 2013
NABE panelists estimate 2.4% growth in real GDP from the fourth quarter of 2012 to the fourth quarter of 2013 and suggest an improvement in real GDP growth to 3% in 2014. NABE Outlook Summary
Business Economics April 2013
The April issue is now available to members. Business Economics, April 2013
April 2013 Industry Survey
Results from NABE’s April 2013 Industry Survey suggest that business activity advanced at its strongest pace in a year during the first quarter of 2013, while expectations for future economic growth improved for a second straight quarter. Members read the full Industry Survey - a summary is available for the public .
Business Economics: February 2013
The February issue is now available for members. Business Economics February 2013
NABE Policy Survey: March 2013
“The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) recently surveyed its members on a number of policy issues,” said NABE Policy Survey Committee Chair Jay Bryson, Global Economist at Wells Fargo Securities. Regarding fiscal policy, a significant majority of panelists was opposed to full budget sequestration. However, there was nearly unanimous agreement that some form of deficit reduction should be enacted over the next 10 years. The preferred approach to long-term deficit reduction leaned toward spending cuts, with most respondents indicating that cuts should be focused primarily on entitlement programs. The panel was also heavily in favor of individual income tax reform, with the majority of participants preferring reform that raises revenue.” Policy Survey March 2013
NABE Outlook: February 2013
“NABE panelists expect real GDP to grow by 2.4% from the fourth quarter of 2012 to the fourth quarter of 2013 and to grow by 3% for 2014,” said Dr. Nayantara Hensel, Chair of the NABE Outlook Survey Committee and Professor of Industry and Business at National Defense University. “Over 95% of the panelists believe that growth in real GDP in 2013 is likely to be negatively affected by uncertainty surrounding the US fiscal imbalances and issues linked to the continuing resolution, sequestration, and the debt ceiling. February 2013 NABE Outlook
NABE Industry Survey: January 2013
Results from NABE's January 2013 Industry Survey indicate that business activity advanced at a steady pace in the fourth quarter of 2012. Survey panelists also said that they are planning for stronger economic growth in the coming year than they were when the survey was last conducted three months ago. Industry Survey January 2013
NABE News November 2012
The November issue of NABE News is online, with a look back at the Annual Meeting and the Careers Summit, and all our regular features NABE News November 2012
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