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Analysis from the Year 2001

January

January 5, 2001
What's Behind the Fed's Bold Move


January 12, 2001
Higher Unemployment Rates Ahead for Indiana


January 19, 2001
Manufacturing Economy Takes a Hit


January 26, 2001
The Fed Weighs in on the Issue of Tax Cuts

 

April

April 6, 2001
Sour Notes in the March Employment Report

April 13, 2001
A Tale of Two Economies


April 20, 2001
Assessing the Impact of Higher Natural Gas Prices


April 27, 2001
U.S. Economic Growth: A Matter of Perspective?

 

July

July 6, 2001
Challenge for Economy in Second Quarter

July 13, 2001
Taking the Longer View on Economic Growth


July 20, 2001
In Search of Silver Linings


July 27, 2001
U.S. Economy Still Growing, but Barely

 

October

October 5, 2001
The Other Side of the Property Tax Debate

October 12, 2001
What Caused the 2001 Recession?


October 19, 2001
Ignorance Isn't Bliss When It Comes to Gas Prices


October 26, 2001
Economic Pothole Dead Ahead

 

February

February 2, 2001
There's Nothing Subtle About Fed Policy These Days

February 9, 2001
Is the Indiana Economy of 2001 More Diversified?


February 16, 2001
Did the Federal Reserve Act in Time?


February 23, 2001
An Unwelcome Surprise From the Energy Sector

 

May

May 4, 2001
Do Employment Changes Trail or Lead the U.S. Economy?

May 11, 2001
Forecasting and Politics Don't Mix


May 18, 2001
Manufacturing's Slide Continues


May 25, 2001
The California Economy is Too Big to Ignore

 

August

August 3, 2001
The Indiana Economy at Mid-Year

August 10, 2001
In Search of Good Indicators


August 17, 2001
History Offers Old Lessons for the New Economy


August 24, 2001
Who Deserves the Credit for Economic Growth?


August 31, 2001
Painful Adjustments Ahead for U.S. Economy

 

November

November 2, 2001
A Chorus of Bad News for the Economy

November 9, 2001
Indiana's Fiscal Crisis Was Predictable


November 16, 2001
Changes Afoot in the Auto Industry


November 23, 2001
Indiana's Still a Production-Oriented State


November 30, 2001
Where's the Smoking Gun in the U.S. Economic Decline?

 

March

March 2, 2001
The Indiana Economy Wound Down in 2000

March 9, 2001
Are Communities Shortchanged by Development?


March 16, 2001
Don't Write the Story on the U.S. Economy Yet


March 23, 2001
Markets Work on the Way Up and the Way Down


March 30, 2001
Will This Be the Last Census?
June

June 1, 2001
Is the Labor Shortage Over?

June 8, 2001
Bad News at the Bottom Line for the U.S. Economy?


June 15, 2001
Indiana's Economic Growth a Matter of Perspective


June 22, 2001
Are We Doomed to Forever Repeat the Past?


June 29, 2001
Is More Always The Answer for Social Programs?
September

September 7, 2001
U.S. Unemployment Rate Rises Significantly

September 14, 2001
Rewriting the Script for the U.S. Economy


September 21, 2001
Data Belie The Myth of the Instant Economy


September 28, 2001
Sorting Through Census 2000

 

December

December 7, 2001
Another Grim Employment Report

December 14, 2001
Indiana's Recession Experiences Are a Mixed Bag


December 21, 2001
Keeping Score on Indiana Tax Reform


December 28, 2001
Inflation: The Non-Story of the Year