Business Perspectives

Quarterly magazine provides new and analysis of global, national and regional economies. It also covers topics of interest to business, education and government communities.

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 2, Winter

Consumer Confidence, Capital Spending Expected to Stimulate Economic Growth
There's an old adage which can be adopted for 1993 that reminds us that things are never as good as we hope, nor as bad as we imagine. The economy in 1993 is not expected to be as good as past recoveries but should be much better than it was in 1991...
Moderate Growth Continues for Tennessee Valley
The U.S. recession which began in July 1990 has now been officially dated as ending in March 1991, with an up-and-down and very anemic national economic recovery proceeding since then. The Tennessee Valley has been outperforming the national economy...
Rating the Consensus and Bureau 1992 Forecasts
This analysis presents a rating of the accuracy of the Blue Chip median consensus forecasts and the Bureau of Business and Economic Research forecasts for 1992 and provides a look back at key economic trends that will likely continue into 1993. The 1992...