|PNREC 2021: Covid-Economics in the Northwest
May 24-26, 2021
Boy, oh boy, what a year this has been! After a year of economic challenges related directly or indirectly to the Covid-19 pandemic, wildfires, social equity, and the sudden onset of a recession, we all have stories to tell. Communities and economic sectors are experiencing and addressing these challenges in different ways. Even if we can’t meet in person this year, we will have plenty to talk about. PNREC will return this year in a virtual format, May 24-26.
We have an exciting program.
This year’s program will include a national outlook by Joel Prakken from IHS Market, labor market insights from Arindrajit Dube from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, a 2020 Census update from Acting Director Ron Jarmin from the U.S. Census Bureau, and state and province economic outlooks from throughout the Pacific Northwest. Of course, we will also feature presentations from and discussions with colleagues throughout the region featuring insights about energy, labor, and housing economics, data, methods and more.
Presentations, panel discussions and meeting rooms will be hosted by Pathable. Registration can be found here https://www.bber-secure.umt.edu/pnrec/
Plan to spend only $50 for unlimited access to the three-day program. Sessions will be recorded and will be available for up to one year after the conference. Students who are currently enrolled in school will be able to attend the virtual conference for free.
PNREC 2021 Conference Committee Contacts:
Washington Employment Security Department
Tel: (425) 258-6315
Covid-Economics in the Northwest
May 24-26, 2021
Call for Abstracts
Please send your abstracts (400 words or less) to Anneliese Vance-Sherman and Scott Bailey at email@example.com
by March 1, 2021.
Free webinar from the PNREC
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: PACIFIC NORTHWEST STATES & PROVINCES
July 30, 2020 2:00pm – 3:00pm (PST)
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