SPUR Lunchtime Forum: The Bay Area’s economic outlook

From SPUR:

Is the economy better, or worse, than we think? What industries are most likely to grow in 2011? What might happen with the unemployment rate? How are specific places in the Bay Area faring compared to the rest of the country? How might the economic crisis continue to affect public budgets and the public sector’s role in helping shape an economic recovery? Come hear insights and predictions about the major forces shaping the economy in 2011 and beyond from Jon Haveman of Haveman Economic Consulting.

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