The Center for Regional Analysis conducts research and analytical studies on economic, fiscal, demographic, housing, and social and policy issues related to the current and future growth of the Virginia, Maryland, and DC areas. Through its range of research and programs -- major economic impact studies, economic forecasts, fiscal analyses, conferences and seminars, publications, information services, and data products -- the Center's activities strengthen decision-making by businesses, governments, and institutions throughout the Greater Washington region.


RECENT STUDIES, REPORTS, AND PRESENTATIONS

The Washington Area Economy and Outlook
WACEL Annual Meeting — June 26, 2008

Linking Job Growth and Housing in Fairfax County
Panel: Housing and Heavy Traffic, The Hidden Costs to Business —
June 25, 2008

Foreclosures in the Washington Metropolitan Region
Regional Housing Foreclosure Summit — June 19, 2008

Washington Area Economic Outlook
School of Public Policy, George Mason University — June 10, 2008