San Francisco's Economic Outlook w/ SF Chief Economist Ted Egan
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San Francisco is considered the 5th largest economy in the world. How will our economy keep up during the shelter-in-place?
Will the economy stay strong? Or will it crumble with its residents out of jobs.
Join us for a virtual conversation with San Francisco Chief Economist Ted Egan on San Francisco's economic outlook.
More about Ted Egan:
Ted Egan Ph.D. is the Chief Economist of the San Francisco Office of Economic Analysis. SF economy and the progress made since the adoption of the SF Economic Development Strategy that he prepared for the city in 2008.
He is a regional economist with extensive experience leading economic development strategies for cities and regions around the world. As a Director at ICF International, a major global consulting firm, he led the creation of San Francisco’s first economic development plan in 2006. Before that assignment he managed city competitiveness and technology-based economic development strategies in the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom, prepared software industry diversification strategies in the Middle East and Latin America, and developed a large-scale statistical model to support economic strategy and site selection in U.S. metropolitan areas.
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