A. Gary Anderson
Graduate School of Management

RESURGING VIRUS COULD THROW BURGEONING ECONOMIC RECOVERY OFF ITS RAILS

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The nascent economic recovery that had started to sprout across the nation has been thrown a major curveball as new cases of the COVID-19 virus have surged. "Returning to normalcy in terms of employment, the supply chain, and consumer demand is directly tied to controlling the spread of the virus; it is a primary factor in determining the speed of the economic recovery," said Taner Osman, Research Manager at the Center for Economic Forecasting and author of the new Inland Empire Regional Intelligence Report.