The Congressional Budget Office has released a report estimating GDP losses over the following ten years. Dr. Perryman breaks down the numbers.
In response to topics discussed at the recent American Economic Association meeting, Dr. Perryman explains the need for data other than GDP to measure economic wellbeing.
The final gross domestic product numbers for the fourth quarter and 2019 are out. Dr. Perryman provides analysis.
The initial revision to the third quarter GDP numbers puts growth at 2.1%, up from 1.9%.
Dr. Perryman weighs in on the 1.9% GDP growth numbers, and resists talking about a recession on the horizon.
Dr. Perryman takes a look at Friday's 2.1% increase in gross domestic product numbers for the second quarter from the Commerce Department.
The economy turned in another 3% gain in the gross domestic product in the third quarter. What are chances that will be sustainable going forward?
The final GDP revision for the second quarter is out, and Dr. Perryman says the 3.1% increase is not enough evidence to show a sustainable pattern.
Dr. Perryman's team estimates that Hurricane Harvey could reduce gross domestic product by $145 billion over several years.