September 2005 Economic Outlook, Special Topic: The Hispanic Impact on the Southern California Econo
Venue: Korn Convocation Hall
|Event Date/Time: Sep 28, 2005||End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2005|
A growing 43% of the Southern California population identify themselves as Hispanic, and many demographers believe this number to be even higher. The Hispanic contribution to the Southern California economy is rising significantly, with a 50% increase in aggregate income between 1990 and 2003. Every indicator points to this trend continuing and perhaps even accelerating as this first decade of the new century progresses. This shift in economic power growing within the Hispanic community is a very important issue for local businesses and political leaders. Businesses that want to succeed in this “new city” need to adapt to these changing realities.
The September quarterly Conference will examine this topic through both theory and experience. UCLA Anderson Forecast’s expert forecasting team lays the foundation for the conference with the September 2005 Economic Outlook for the nation, state, and region. Industry experts will bring their perspectives from the field. This series of forecasts and discussion panels will provide the audience the objective information needed to make solid business decisions.