The Economic Review is the bi-monthly newsletter written by Webster's Economic Adviser Nick Perna who brings current economic trends to life with expert commentary and a down-to-earth style.

 

Economic Review Newsletters from 2014  
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Jan/Feb 2014Looking back and ahead and at less than six degrees of separation.Read

 

Economic Review Newsletters from 2013  
DateTitlePDF
Nov/Dec2013Groundhog Day or Apocalypse Now?Read
Sept/Oct 2013Ask the Money DoctorRead
July/Aug 2013Musings and AmusingsRead
May/June 2013Play Ball!Read
Mar/Apr 2013Musings and AmusingsRead
Jan/Feb 2013Chubby is better!Read

 

Economic Review Newsletters from 2012  
DateTitlePDF
Nov/Dec 2012Ask the Money Doctor.Read
Sept/Oct 2012Should you vote?Read
July/Aug 2012Dog Days Arrive EarlyRead
May/June 2012Urban Economic LegendsRead
Mar/Apr 2012It's Getting Better, Really!Read
Jan/Feb 2012Life in the Slow (down) LaneRead

 

Economic Review Newsletters from 2011  
DateTitlePDF
Nov/Dec 2011European Economy is a Greek TragedyRead
Sept/Oct 2011A Q&A on the Lagging EconomyRead
Jul 2011The ‘Lazy V’ RecoveryRead
Mar 2011We're still experiencing an uneven recovery two years after the "end" of the Great Recession.Read
Jan 2011Love 'em or hate 'em, the controversial government programs implemented over the past few years have had a major impact on recent improvements in the economy.Read

 

Economic Review Newsletters from 2010  
DateTitlePDF
Oct 2010What do bond bubbles, tulips in Holland, unemployment insurance and the Fed have in common?Read
July 2010There's a bull market for pessimismRead
May 2010The global financial crisis was years in the making and defies easy explanation.Read
Mar 2010Will a Greece fire singe the Euro?Read
Jan 2010Who is TED and why should anyone care if he's putting on a few pounds?Read

 

Economic Review Newsletters from 2009  
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Dec 2009The economy is growing, the stock market is up, but the job market remains lackluster.Read 
Oct 2009It's been a year since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the bailout of AIG.Read 
Aug 2009How does the Federal Reserve regulate the money supply in order to avoid both inflation and deflation, while ensuring sustainable economic growth?Read 
June 2009Should we spend more, save less? Spend less, save more? Fret more over inflation or deflation? Bet the dollar will rise or fall?Read 
Apr 2009Nick Perna examines the current employment numbersReadListen
Jan 2009Nick Perna discusses the little-understood phenomenon of DeflationReadListen

 

Economic Review Newsletters from 2008  
DateTitlePDFPodcast
Dec 2008Nick Perna provides the long view of the health of the economyReadListen
Sept 2008The Overall Health of the EconomyReadListen
July 2008The Numbers Never LieReadListen
May 2008Ask "The Money Doctor"ReadListen
Mar 2008The ConsensusReadListen
Jan 2008The Dismal ScienceReadListen

 

Economic Review Newsletters from 2007-2006  
DateTitlePDFPodcast
Nov 2007Is the Dropping Dollar Good or Bad?ReadListen
Sept 2007The Laurel and Hardy SyndromeReadListen
July 2007Is inflation phobia sweeping the nation?ReadListen
May 2007Are we headed for Another Bad Hairy Day?ReadListen
Mar 2007The Great Depression or the Great Misunderstanding?ReadListen
Jan 2007Economic Soft LandingReadListen
Oct 2006The Impact of UnemploymentReadListen

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