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The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View: August 2014

The economy appears to be building momentum toward higher growth.

Report | 8 pages | August 2014 | Kenneth Goldstein, Eliza Winger | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® European View - August 2014

Slow economic growth and disinflation continue through summer, keeping pressure on the European Central Bank.

Report | 5 pages | August 2014 | Bert Colijn, Martina Fazio | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Growing Value of Brands and Their Contribution to Worldwide Economic Growth

The contribution of brands is comparable to that of R&D in most advanced economies. Moreover, the wealthier a country grows, the more its companies spend on getting out their brand message.

Report | 9 pages | July 2014 | Carol Corrado, Xiaohui (Janet) Hao | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View (July 2014)

The growth paradox of slow GDP and strong employment.

Report | 8 pages | July 2014 | Eliza Winger, Kenneth Goldstein | The Conference Board, Inc.

World Outlook: Summer 2014

This quarterly examination of the short-term economic outlook for the world's major economies also contains an in-depth analysis of a number of issues that are relevant for understanding world economic trends and developments.

Report | 16 pages | July 2014 | Kip Beckman | The Conference Board of Canada

U.S. Outlook: Summer 2014

This quarterly report focuses on the latest economic developments in the U.S. economy, tracking trends in labour, consumer, energy and housing markets, and examining industries and regions. Monetary and fiscal policy assumptions are also included.

Report | 12 pages | July 2014 | Kip Beckman | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board Labor Markets in Review™: Vol. 4, 2014

Economic expansion and the massive retirement of the baby boom generation in many mature economies are tightening labor markets—but the degree of current tightness and how rapidly the labor markets are tightening varies significantly across countries.

Report | 29 pages | July 2014 | Gad Levanon, Bert Colijn | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® European View (July 2014)

As the European Central Bank takes action for more support, the European economic outlook remains weak.

Report | 5 pages | July 2014 | Bert Colijn, Martina Fazio | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View - June 2014

The U.S. economy is gaining traction heading into the second half of the year.

Report | 8 pages | June 2014 | Eliza Winger, Kenneth Goldstein | The Conference Board, Inc.

Global Economic Growth Scenarios 2020: The Impact of Investments and Reforms across Seven Major Regions

This report presents analysis of the global economy and seven major world economies, including four scenarios that depend on policy effects, so that leaders can make decisions that foster growth.

Report | 48 pages | June 2014 | Bart van Ark, Willem Overmeer | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® European View (June 2014)

An acceleration of growth seems unlikely in Europe.

Report | 4 pages | June 2014 | Bert Colijn | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View - May 2014

The US economy is bouncing back this quarter to a growth rate above its long-term potential. This result is due to the recovery from a severe winter and the release of pent up demand.

Report | 7 pages | May 2014 | Kenneth Goldstein, Eliza Winger | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2014: Latin America Edition

This report provides an analysis of survey results from the Latin America region, providing a unique vision that top executives share in these emerging markets.

Report | 40 pages | May 2014 | Charles Mitchell, Rebecca L. Ray, Bart van Ark | The Conference Board, Inc.

World Outlook: Spring 2014

This quarterly examination of the short-term economic outlook for the world's major economies also contains an in-depth analysis of a number of issues that are relevant for understanding world economic trends and developments.

Report | 16 pages | May 2014 | Kip Beckman | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board Economics Watch® Emerging Markets View (April 2014)

Emerging markets are slowing more than expected so far in 2014, and downward risks to global economy are increasing.

Report | 8 pages | April 2014 | Jing Sima-Friedman, Abdul Erumban | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View: April 2014

Economic growth is poised for some solid gains. The housing and labor markets are the keys to this improvement. The current path also suggests increased business investment for the remainder of the year.

Report | 6 pages | April 2014 | Kenneth Goldstein | The Conference Board, Inc.

U.S. Outlook: Spring 2014

This quarterly report focuses on the latest economic developments in the U.S. economy, tracking trends in labour, consumer, energy and housing markets, and examining industries and regions. Monetary and fiscal policy assumptions are also included.

Report | 18 pages | April 2014 | Kip Beckman | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board Economics Watch® European View (March 2014)

While europe’s short-term outlook continues to improve, risks to a sustained recovery persist.

Report | 5 pages | March 2014 | Bert Colijn | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Economics Watch® United States View: March 2014

We view the winter slowdown in economic activity as a temporary pause. The eventual arrival of warmer spring weather should propel the housing and labor markets forward.

Report | 6 pages | March 2014 | Kathy Bostjancic | The Conference Board, Inc.

15 Years of a Tight Labor Market Are Around the Corner

In this recorded webcast, we will discuss the business and macroeconomic implications of such dramatic change in labor market conditions. Wage growth, retention, recruiting, profits, offshoring, and productivity are among the areas that will be heavily affected.

Recorded Webinar | March 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

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