National University System Institute for Policy Research




High-Tech, Health Care Fuel Local Job Growth
SAN DIEGO BUSINESS JOURNAL, December 31, 2014 - Now in its sixth year, the economic recovery in San Diego appears to be picking up steam — finally. But as everyone knows, this recovery has been one of the slowest in history, and not all are enjoying the gains. Continue reading »
Asian voter turnout rises
U-T SAN DIEGO, December 26, 2014 - Turnout spiked among Asian voters in last month's election for San Diego's Council District 6, where the race's two Asian candidates conducted unprecedented outreach efforts aiming for such an increase. The numbers, compiled last week by National University from Registrar of Voters and census data, prompted community leaders to predict that a long-awaited rise in political participation could be coming in the local Asian and Pacific Islander community. Continue reading »
EconoMeter panelists peer into 2015
U-T SAN DIEGO, December 26, 2014 - Q: What one economic indicator will you be focusing on most in 2015? Continue reading »
EconoMeter panel: Predictions and results
U-T SAN DIEGO, December 23, 2014 - Our 16-member EconoMeter panel peered into the future a year ago to predict how 2014 would turn out. Here's what they said then and how things how turned out as of today. Continue reading »
Morning Report: Soitec, Kaput?
VOICE OF SAN DIEGO, December 20, 2014 - Two local thinkers broke down new jobs numbers differently. Kelly Cunningham, from National University's System Institute for Policy Research, says one side of our local economy is doing great. But a large group is getting left behind. Continue reading »

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