2021 Texas Economic Outlook with Dr. Keith Phillips-Fed Reserve Bank of Dallas

January 29, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
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Pandenomics and the Texas Economy: Where do we go from here?

Keith Phillips, Assistant Vice President and Senior Economist - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Please join us for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' annual Texas Economic Outlook featuring Keith Phillips, assistant vice president and senior economist. The 2021 Texas Economic Outlook will be held virtually on January 29. Phillips will release the Dallas Fed's forecast for Texas employment growth for the year and share details on the factors likely to influence Texas in 2021, following an unprecedented 2020.

Texas Economic Outlook is designed to provide business and community leaders from across the state of Texas with the most up-to-date economic information to help them make informed business decisions. We look forward to you joining us this year.

Register below to access the webinar and to add a meeting invitation to your calendar. You will be able to submit your questions ahead of time during registration and during the event.

CE Hours: 1 Hour Approved

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Keith Phillips joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in January 1984. His areas of concentration include regional economics and economic forecasting. Research Papers in Economics, which tracks publications in economics, ranks Phillips in the top five percent of economists across the world in terms of the number of distinct publications. Over the past sixteen years he has been the most accurate forecaster for Texas job growth in the Western Blue Chip Economic Forecast.

In August, 1996, Phillips was transferred to the San Antonio branch in an effort to improve the regional economic coverage of the Dallas office and to better serve the needs of the South Texas community. Phillips teaches managerial economics in the Executive MBA program at UTSA. He obtained his Ph.D. in economics from Southern Methodist University and holds a B.A. and M.A. in Economics and a Bachelor of Journalism degree in News/Editorial from the University of Missouri at Columbia.

REGISTER HERE:
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas CVent Page

To Receive CFP CE, Please provide your name and CFP#
to Lynn Getz at [email protected]