Association for University
Business and Economic Research

A national association of regional
economic research centers

Presentations

2021 Fall Conference | Online

KEITH SCHWER KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Shape Shifting: How the Pandemic is Changing the Contours of the Economy
Constance Hunter, chief economist at KPMG


PANEL DISCUSSION: Pressure Points in a Fast Recovering Economy

State of the Labor Markets
Christine Chmura, CEO and chief economist of Chmura Economics and Analytics

Infrastructure Impacts on Socioeconomic Indicators
Fred Treyz, chief executive officer and chief economist at REMI

Housing Affordability in Texas: Toward a New Normal?
Clare Losey, assistant research economist at Texas Real Estate Research Center, Texas A&M University

2020 Fall Conference | Online

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Disparate Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic: People Vs. Places
Abigail Wozniak, director of the Opportunity & Inclusive Growth Institute, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis


KEITH SCHWER KEYNOTE ADDRESS

David Altig, executive vice president and director of research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta


PANEL DISCUSSION: How has COVID Affected Our Economy?

COVID-19 Losses to State Tax Revenues
Michael Hicks, director at Ball State University’s Center for Business and Economic Research
The Coronaconomy: The New Normal
Fred Treyz, chief executive officer and chief economist at REMI
COVID-19 Impact on Tourism: Case Study of Las Vegas
Stephen Miller, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas


PANEL DISCUSSION: Federal Statistics and COVID-19

What’s New from the Census Bureau on COVID-19?
Andrew Hait, economist at the U.S. Census Bureau
Michael Dalton, research economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Employment Trends During COVID-19
Michael Dalton, research economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics

2019 Fall Conference | Savannah, GA

Regional Analysis in the Age of Populism

Hosted by the Center for Business Analytics and Economic Research, Georgia Southern University

Savannah, Georgia – October 12-15, 2019

Keynote Speaker – Mark Partridge, Swank Chair in Rural-Urban Policy, Ohio State University

Regional Analysis in the Age of Populism


Health Care/Demographics

Session Chair – Tino Sonora, University of Montana


Regional Impacts of Energy Transitions

Session Chair – Robert Godby, University of Wyoming


Dashboards: From Data to Action

Session Chair – Jennifer Pullen, University of Arizona, Chair


Trade Policy and Regional Economies

Session Chair – Tino Sonora, University of Montana,


Census Has Business Data?  Key Data for Business and Economic Research

Session Chair – Andy Hait, U.S. Census Bureau


Social Media: Sound Bites to Solid Research (Roundtable Discussion)

Session Chair -Valorie Rice, University of Arizona

  • David Franklin, University of West Florida Haas Center
  • Shannon Furniss, Market Interactives
  • Victoria Meldrum, Ball State University Center for Business and Economic Research, Social Media for Research Centers – Social Media for Research Centers
  • Hayley Rieder, Texas A&M University

Keith Schwer Keynote Speaker – David Altig, Executive Vice President and Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

On the One Hand, and On the Other.


National and Regional Forecasting

Session Chair – Tino Sonora, University of Montana, Chair


Measuring University Impacts

Session Chair – James McCafferty, Western Washington University

  • Measuring University Impacts, James McCafferty, Western Washington University, and Sheila Martin, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, Dominique Halaby, Georgia Southern University

Build Interactive Charts and Maps for Your Websites Without Being a Developer:  HighCharts Cloud Demonstration

Session Chair – Maile Nadelhoffer, University of Arizona


Poster Session

Session Chair – Eric Thompson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Informing Fiscal Sustainability

Session Chair – Juliette Tennert, University of Utah


What’s New in Regional Economics from the BLS?

Session Chair – Kevin Cooksey, Bureau of Labor Statistics


How AUBER Centers Can Survive a Budget Crisis

Session Chair – Patrick Barkey, University of Montana

Policy Analysis I

Session Chair – Fred Treyz, REMI, Chair


Trade and Logistics

Session Chair – Herb Holloway, Southeastern Louisiana University


Data Viz and Interactive Reports

Session Chair – Maile Nadelhoffer, University of Arizona


Policy Analysis II

Session Chair – Fred Treyz, REMI


Keynote Speaker – John “Jay” Neely, President of Law and Public Affairs, Gulfstream Aerospace Corportation

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation: Company Overview – 2019 


Incentivizing Local Development

Session Chair – Jennifer Green, Jacksonville State University, Chair


Issues in Regional Growth

Session Chair – Michael Hicks, Ball State University

U.S. Foreign Policy and its Intersection with the Economic Well-Being of America’s Middle Class: Perspectives from Ohio, Colorado and Nebraska (Roundtable)

Session Chair – Richard Wobbekind, University of Colorado

  • Salman Ahmed, Carnegie Institute for International Peace
  • Ned Hill, Ohio State University
  • Richard Wobbekind, University of Colorado
  • Eric Thompson, University of Nebraska

Taking FRED to the Next Level

Session Chair – Yvetta Fortova, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis