Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Immigration’

The United States is the world’s largest economy and top migrant destination, but immigration is slowing and the native workforce is aging. Decelerating labor force growth implies weaker output, however immigration reform could both boost participation among existing immigrants and bring in more, fueling the economy. Dr. Orrenius, who served as senior economist on the Council of Economic Advisors, will examine these trends as well as policy impacts on native workers and taxpayers.

Economic Overview of U.S. Agriculture’

As the United States continues to progress out of the Covid pandemic and look to the future, the USDA will play an important role in shaping what comes next. The agency’s chief economist, Dr. Seth Meyer, will provide data driven analysis on the relevant market outlook, economic impact of current policies and global trends, and the role new priorities such as biofuels and cap and trade proposals may have.

Real Estate Market Overview and Economic Impacts’

The webinar will cover an overview of the current state of the housing market (on the for sale and for rent side), with deep dives into supply and demand factors, and a look at what’s ahead for real estate.

The U.S. Labor Force – Latest Trends in the Road to Recovery’

As conversations on the U.S. labor market, specifically debates over inclusion, wages, and post-pandemic job growth, continue to increase in Washington, we have reached a critical time for the U.S. economy. The number of citizens fully vaccinated is building, however pockets of under vaccinated populations remain and job growth has been inconsistent. Dr. Aaronson will analyze latest trends in the labor force including continued pandemic impacts on jobs and economic recovery, priorities for increased inclusion, and how the labor market may look moving forward.