Regional Economic Update (Virtual)

When:  Nov 15, 2022 from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM (CT)
Associated with  Houston Chapter
Join us on Tuesday, November 15 at 6:30 pm for our virtual November Chapter meeting.  Our speaker will be Emily Kerr, Senior Business Economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.  The topic will be, "Regional Economic Update."

Description: Participants will gain a more comprehensive understanding of the regional economy in the 11th Federal Reserve District, particularly Texas—the second largest state economy in the U.S. The presentation will cover new developments in labor market conditions and demand for goods and services, as well as how various sectors of the economy like real estate, energy, and manufacturing are impacted. It will also include the outlook of what we expect to see in the Texas economy going forward.

Area of Study: Economics
Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None
CPE: 1.5 (ICMA)

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About the Speaker

Emily Kerr is a senior business economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. As a member of the Research Department's regional group, she conducts research on regional economic issues, coordinates the production of and writes the release for the Dallas Fed's Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey and helps produce the 11th District Beige Book—the Bank's survey of regional economic conditions. She also produces articles for various bank publications.

Kerr holds a bachelor's degree in economics and an MS in economics from Baylor University.


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