December 25, 2017 1 COMMENTS

HBJ's 2018 economic forecast

Hartford Business Journal's 2017-2018 Book of Lists includes an economic forecast section containing outlooks for the year ahead from various economists and industry experts.

Here's a look at what they had to say:

CONNECTICUT 2017

Peter Gioia: Workforce development must be top priority in 2018

Fred Carstensen: Connecticut's economy struggles to recover

ECONOMIC SCORECARDS

Alissa K. DeJonge: Changing retail landscape, state politics to impact economy in 2018

Steven P. Lanza: Private sector will continue to lead job growth

Don Klepper-Smith: U.S. economic outlook stable; CT's stagnant

Patrick J. Flaherty: Slow private-sector growth, contracting gov't jobs will continue in 2018

Farhad Rassekh: State's high costs will continue to drag economy

2018 REAL ESTATE OUTLOOK

Realty inventory shortages, pickier tenants will drive 2018

2018 BANKING OUTLOOK

CT bankers chart mid-size firms' success, cyber risk for '18

2018 EDUCATION OUTLOOK

Funding, affordability continue to plague higher ed

2018 HEALTH CARE OUTLOOK

Political uncertainty brings unpredictability to health care

Comments

ROBERT LAVIANA

01/02/18 AT 08:34 AM
Two word analysis: bleakness and stagnation.
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