Eight Maine economists weigh in on the 2008 outlook for Maine, covering such iss
Eight Maine economists weigh in on the 2008 outlook for Maine, covering such issues as the housing slump, the possibility of recession, the aging workforce, a weak U.S. dollar and exports, and the "two Maines." The economists include Charles Colgan, professor of public policy and management at the University of Southern Maine's Muskie School of Public Service and chair of Maine's Consensus Economic Forecasting Commission, of which Lawton, Donihue, and Davulis are members; Jon Reisman, associate professor of economics and public policy at the University of Maine at Machias; Charles Lawton, chief economist at Planning Decisions Inc. of South Portland; Michael Donihue, professor of economics at Colby College in Waterville; Catherine Reilly, Maine state economist at the Maine State Planning Office in Augusta; J. Scott Moody, chief economist at the Maine Heritage Policy Center in Portland; John Davulis, chief economist at Central Maine Power Co. in Augusta; and Christopher St. John, executive director at the Maine Center for Economic Policy in Augusta.
Economic development, Economic conditions
Richardson, Whit, "Eight Maine economists weigh in on the 2008 outlook for Maine, covering such iss" (2008). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 4461.
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