John Husing

Longtime IE Economist John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, joins KVCR’s Ken Vincent to discuss the economic forces affecting the Inland Empire, and how the economy directly affects IE residents, families, businesses, and other local institutions. Our segments with Dr. Husing can be heard on KVCR’s “Morning Edition” most Tuesday mornings at 6:45am and 8:45am. Our segments with John Husing are also archived for listening on demand here at our website, kvcrnews.org .

John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue taking inventory of the positives and negatives inherent in the Inland Empire economy that affect our region's ability to compete with the Southern California coastal communities for economic growth and a higher quality of life.  In this segment, Dr. Husing explains two potentially major influences on the IE's economic ascent.

John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, and KVCR's Ken Vincent resume their summer-long series of segments discussing the positive and negative aspects of the Inland Empire's economy -- compared to the Southern California coastal communities -- as our region pursues economic growth, business and residential expansion, higher wages,  and a better quality of life.  In this segment, Dr. Husing highlights facts, figures, and statistics that show the IE is poised to be one of the state's most dynamic economies in the not-too-distant future.

Inland Empire Chief Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue their discussion about the strengths and weaknesses of the Inland Empire economy compared to the Southern California coastal communities, in the pursuit of regional growth, more higher-paying jobs, and a better quality of life.  In this segment, Dr. Husing focuses on the dynamics of wages in the IE.

John Husing, the chief economist fort the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue discussing the advantages and disadvantages the Inland Empire has over the Coastal communities in competing for future jobs, economic growth, and a higher quality of life.  This morning, Dr. Husing talks about the need for more capacity on local roads as the shipping and logistics industry continues to grow in the IE.

KVCR's Ken Vincent and Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing continue discussing the strengths and weaknesses the IE has in competing with the Southern California coastal communities for jobs, economic growth, and quality of life.  This morning, Dr. Husing examines the advantages and disadvantages of the IE having more undeveloped land than any other area in Southern California.

Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue their discussion about what Dr. Husing sees as the strengths and weaknesses of the Inland Empire economy as it competes for jobs and quality of life with the neighboring coastal economies.

John Husing, Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, and KVCR's Ken Vincent begin a new series of segments detailing the strengths and weaknesses of the Inland Economy as it competes with Southern California's coastal counties for job growth, a more educated population, and a higher quality of life.

Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent conclude Dr. Husing's series of segments over the past several weeks detailing the 2017 economic forecast for the region. 

Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue discussing Dr. Husing's 2017 economic forecast.  In this segment, Dr. Husing looks at the performance of moderate-paying and low-paying jobs in the region.

John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, continues his discussion with KVCR's Ken Vincent about how the various sectors of the IE economy are expected to perform this year compared to last year.

Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent begin a series of segments delving into the specifics of Dr. Husing's economic forecast for the various sectors of the IE economy.

John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, tells KVCR's Ken Vincent how he thinks the current national economic and political climate could affect the economy in the IE this year.

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A couple of days before he delivers his 2017 Inland Empire Economic Forecast at an annual luncheon at the Doubletree Inn in Ontario on Thursday, Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing recounts to KVCR's Ken Vincent how his 2016 forecast panned out.

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KVCR's Ken Vincent asks Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing to preview his  annual IEEP State of the Region and Economic Forecast luncheon, which will be held Thursday, March 23, from 11:30am to 2:00pm at the Doubletree Inn in Ontario.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE IEEP STATE OF THE REGION/ECONOMIC FORECAST LUNCHEON, CLICK ON THIS LINK:  ieep.com

John Husing, Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, concludes his series of conversations with KVCR's Ken Vincent on how the policies of the Trump administration could affect the IE's economy.  In the final segment of the series, Dr. Husing explains how Trump and California are likely to clash over energy development.

Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue the discussion about how the policies of the Trump Administration are likely to affect the Inland Empire's economy.  In this segment, Dr. Husing speculates how Trump policies could affect one of the most important job sectors in the IE: residential housing construction.

John Husing, Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, continues his conversation with KVCR's Ken Vincent about how Trump Administration policies might affect the IE economy.  In this segmetn, Dr. Husing says Trump's promises to spend billions of dollars on infrastructure projects could be very good for the Inland Empire's economic sectors... IF the infrastructure promises actually pan out, AND if California can get it's share of that funding.

KVCR's Ken Vincent continues conversing with John Husing, Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, about how the policies of the Donald Trump Administration might affect the Inland Empire's economy.  In this segment, Dr. Husing has serious concerns about how the potential repeal of the Affordable Care Act could affect the IE's health and economic growth.

John Husing, Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, continues his discussion with KVCR's Ken Vincent about how the policies of the incoming Trump Administration could affect the Inland Empire's economy.  This segment continues the conversation from last week looking at whether rolling back federal environmental regulations would be good or bad for the IE.

Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing continues his conversation with KVCR's Ken Vincent about how the incoming Trump Administration might affect the IE economy.  In this segment, Dr. Husing talks about the prospect that the Trump Environmental Protection Agency may roll back federal environmental and air quality regulations.

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Inland Empire Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent begin a new series of conversations over the next few weeks on the possible effects -- good and bad -- that the economic policies of the incoming Donald Trump administration may have on the Inland Empire's economy.

John Husing, Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, concludes his discussion with KVCR's Ken Vincent on how economists use statistics to develop economic forecasts.   In this segment, Dr. Husing examines the cities in the IE where home prices are rising the fastest, and areas where the median home price is going up slowly or not at all. 

Inland Empire Chief Economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue discussing the variety of statistics that Dr. Husing uses to develop his economic forecasts.  This morning, we hear where the highest and lowest median home prices are located throughout the IE.

KVCR's Ken Vincent and Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing continue discussing the statistics that economists use to develop their economic forecasts.  In This segment, Dr. Husing explains what "median household income" is, where household income is the highest and the lowest across the IE , and what it means to the economies of individual communities in the region.

John Husing, chief economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, continues his conversation with KVCR's Ken Vincent about the statistics that illustrate ther level of poverty in the IE.  This morning's focus is on children living in poverty in our region.

KVCR's Ken Vincent and John Husing, the chief economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, continue discussing the statistics that economists use to develop their economic forecasts.  In this segment, Dr. Husing begins outlining the extent of poverty in the IE.

FROM TUESDAY, NOV 1, 2016:  John Husing, The chief economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, tells KVCR's Ken Vincent which IE cities have the fastest-growing "assessed valuation," the economic statistic that shows the value of all taxable property in a city or other jurisdiction.

Inland Empire economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue their discussion of statistics that help explain the Inland Empire economy.  In this segment, Dr. Husing resumes his analysis from last week on the cities in the IE with the highest and lowest per capita retail sales.

KVCR's Ken Vincent and Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing continue their review of the cities in the IE with the highest and lowest per-capita retail sales figures.

John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue discussing how population growth in Inland Empire cities is changing and affecting the economy of the region.

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