WEBINAR DETAILS

Duration: 1 hour (the last 15 minutes is a Q&A session with our hosts)

This free, 1-hour presentation walks you through approaches to modeling and examining the economic effects of the Coronavirus. After discussing modeling considerations and applicable examples, the last 15 minutes of the presentation allows for Q&A with our hosts.

In addition to addressing attendee questions, this webinar covers:

  • Economic analyses common to modeling Coronavirus impacts, including:
    • Industry shutdowns
    • Employment changes
    • Adjustments in household spending
    • Decreased international demand
  • Potential effects of an economic stimulus
  • A brief discussion of the environmental impacts

Watch the webinar now to learn more about modeling the economic impacts that matter to you and your community in the uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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PRESENTED BY

WebHeadshot_JennyJenny Thorvaldson, Ph.D
Chief Economist
IMPLAN

WebHeadshotTemplate_Jimmy_80x80James G. Squibb III
Technical Product Manager and Economic Consultant
IMPLAN

MODERATED BY

WebHeadshotTemplate_Joe_80x80Joe Demski
Content Marketing Writer
IMPLAN

ABOUT IMPLAN

IMPLAN has been redefining the field of economics for over 40 years. Created by academics to serve the needs of the United States Forest Service, it has been transformed today to serve as a solution-provider for anyone interested in understanding their economy.

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