Dr. Perryman talks through The Perryman Group's latest projections for future economic growth.
The US has turned the 2010s into the longest economic expansion in the history of the United States. Dr. Perryman says it all started after the Great Recession.
Looking for a model of how a community adapts to growth in a state that is fast growing? Dr. Perryman says look no further than Midland.
Dr. Perryman says missing in all the discussion about immigration is the simple fact that we don't have enough people living here to keep the economy going.
Reuters out with a survey of economists, including Dr. Perryman, who expect the US economy will continue to grow, at least for the next two years.
Economists are backing off their earlier predictions of a "Trump bump," or an acceleration in economic growth as a result of the President's policies. Here's Dr. Perryman.
The economy grew at an anemic 0.7% in the first quarter. Dr. Perryman says while the report coincides with Donald Trump's first 100 days in office, it has little to do with the president's performance.