Northeastern University economist Barry Bluestone will discuss Boston’s Role in the regional economic network at the fall 2013 Outlook Conference of the New England Economic Partnership (NEEP) to be held Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Bluestone is Northeastern’s Stearns Trustee Professor of Political Economy and founding director of the university’s Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy.
Moody’s Analytics Senior Director Cris deRitis will present the U.S. forecast.
Additional forecasters will include: Ross Gittell, chancellor of the Community College System of New Hampshire; Alan Clayton-Matthews of Northeastern; Edinaldo Tebaldi of Bryant University; Edward Mazze of the University of Rhode Island; Dennis Delay of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies; Charles Colgan of the University of Southern Maine; Edward Deak of Fairfield University; and Jeff Carr of Vermont’s Economic and Policy Resources Inc.
NEEP is a member-supported, nonprofit that provides objective economic analyses and forecasts. Twice a year NEEP publishes macroeconomic forecasts of the New England region and its six individual states.