Economic Cycles and Who's Impacted

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What goes up must come down... but when? For nearly a decade, the economy has been in a prolonged expansion, but how long can it sustain that growth?

Some industries, like manufacturing and real estate, are still operating more slowly than in the rest of the country. What will happen if we see another slowdown? Not everyone is benefitting from today's "strong" economy, so who's getting left behind?
 

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Mark Sniderman, Adjunct Professor of Economics at Case Western Reserve University and former employee at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Michelle Jarboe, business reporter for The Plain Dealer, with a focus on real estate and development

Ned Hill, economic development policy professor at Ohio State University 

 

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