Dr. Don Sabbarese – “Will the U.S. Economy Continue to Grow in 2020?” – Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020

7 – 9 p.m., Thursday, February 13, 2020

799 Roswell Street

Marietta, GA 30066

Dr. Donald Sabbarese, Emeritus Professor of Economics, Kennesaw State University

Join us for an evening of insight into the U.S. economy with Kennesaw State Emeritus Professor of Economics Don Sabbarese.

2019 U.S. Economic Growth slipped from 2.9% in 2018 to approximate 2.3%. That’s a far cry from a prediction of 2019 recession by some economists and other media experts back in July. This marks 127 months of expansion compared to post-WWII average expansions of 58 months. Overall this level of economic growth along with strong job, income and wealth growth is impressive at this point in the expansion. Yet issues of income, wealth and other conditions of inequality still surround this economy’s performance. This presentation will identify and discuss the economic forces behind this record expansion and any dark clouds that might be forming to end it or weaken it.

Join us for a better understanding of the economic cross-currents that will ultimately determine growth and address the issues above.

 

Dr. Donald Sabbarese specializes in the area of macroeconomics and financial institutions. He is currently Emeritus professor of Economics and past Director of the Kennesaw State University’s Econometric Center where he directed the Georgia Purchasing Managers Survey, Southeast Regional Purchasing Managers Survey, and the Georgia International Business Index. Other research includes studies of the local and regional economy, industry surveys, economic impact studies, tax revenue forecasting and research on forecasting regional economic conditions. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors, ISM-Atlanta. He served as Director of the Graduate School of Banking for Community Bankers. His work at the Econometric Center has been reported by local, regional and national media.