Economics & Politics, Inc. is an economic consulting and research firm located in Southern California.  Our company specializes in the analysis of economic trends, statistical data and job forecasting as well as providing perspicacity on the political and policy issues of one of the significant and fastest growing two county regions in the United States.

As it has for decades, the October, 2018 Inland Empire Quarterly Economic Report presents a good deal of the most up to date information about the 52 cities and two counties of the Inland Empire.  This includes data on population and population growth, retail sales and per capita sales, assessed valuation and per capita AV, poverty levels, annual new and existing home sales and growth, 3rd quarter 2018 median home prices and growth, median and total income and the jobs:housing balance.  The sources of each of these metrics are discussed as well as their significance.  Also a rating is made of the ten most prosperous communities in the region. Importantly, the data this year show a significant decline in poverty as the logistics driven economy has continued is historic levels of strong job creation.

The Husing Audio Podcast Commentary is a new feature which presents audio podcast segments of Dr. John Husing discussing and analyzing basic economic concepts and trends as well as important public policy issues facing the State of California, Southern California counties and the Inland Empire, specifically.  Each segment provides a coherent and comprehensive analysis of pressing topics.
The Adventure Section is now offering trip observations and photos of John Husing's recent excursion to Antarctica.  While you're there, you can pick another continent John has visited and choose an exciting story taken from his journals about his hiking treks and travel adventures around the globe.
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Updated 11/29/2018