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Southwest Economy

1992 - 2020

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2020, issue Third Quarter

COVID-19’s Fiscal Ills: Busted Texas Budgets, Critical Local Choices Downloads
Jason Saving
Texas Economy Mends in Fits and Starts from Pandemic’s Onslaught Downloads
Christopher Slijk
Looking to Economics for Help in Addressing Enduring Discrimination Downloads
Michael Weiss
Spotlight: Energy Sector Slow to Recover from Malaise Arising from Effects of Global Pandemic Downloads
Emma Marshall and Pia Orrenius
Go Figure: Vehicle Sales Highlight Surprising Resilience in Spending During Pandemic Downloads
Christopher Slijk and Chloe N. Smith
Snapshot: Texas Employment Estimate Debuts Downloads
Jesus Cañas, Carlee Crocker and Keith Phillips
President’s Perspective Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan

2020, issue Second Quarter

Small Business Hardships Highlight Relationship with Lenders in COVID-19 Era Downloads
Wenhua Di, Nathaniel Pattison and Chloe N. Smith
COVID-19, Oil Price Collapse, Dimming Outlook for Banks in 2020 Downloads
Amy Chapel and Kory Killgo
LiftFund’s Miscrolending Customers Battle to Survive COVID-19 Shock Downloads
Michael Weiss
Black Workers at Risk for 'Last Hired, First Fired' Downloads
Aquil Jones and Joseph Tracy
Go Figure: COVID-19 Tanks Fuel Consumption, Prices Downloads
Jesse Thompson

2020, issue First Quarter

Mexico’s Higher Costs Under USMCA May Potentially Offset Gains from China-Related Trade Spurt with U.S Downloads
Armando Aguirre, Jesus Cañas, Alfonso Cebreros and Daniel Chiquiar
Mexico Seeks to Reduce Consumers' Longstanding Reliance on Cash Downloads
Michael Perez
Groundwater Markets Slowly Evolve in Ever-Thirstier Texas Downloads
Keith Phillips and Judy Teng
Policy Changes Could Boost Women’s Participation in U.S. Workforce Downloads
Michael Weiss
Permian Basin’s Shale-Era Oil Production Rises Even as Rig Count Falls Downloads
Emma Marshall and Jesse Thompson
Go Figure: Migrant Apprehensions at U.S.–Mexico Border Spike in 2019 Downloads
Carlee Crocker, Pia Orrenius and Chloe N. Smith

2019, issue Q3

President’s Perspective pp. 2-2 Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan
Texans Help Drive National Increase in Auto Loan Debt pp. 3-8 Downloads
Wenhua Di
Texas’ Energy Base Drives Climate Concerns as Renewables Expand pp. 9-13 Downloads
Emma Marshall and Jesse Thompson
Texas Offers Perfect Setting to Study Impacts, Costs of Climate Change pp. 14-16 Downloads
Pia M. Orrenius
Texas K–12 Education Spending Set to Rise, but Who Will Pay? pp. 17-21 Downloads
Jason Saving
Wind and Solar Power: Perfect When Paired in Texas pp. 22-22 Downloads
Soojin Jo, Aquil Jones and Christopher Slijk
Go Figure: Mexico Struggles to Move into Digital Payment Age pp. 23-23 Downloads
Michael Perez

2019, issue Q2

President’s Perspective pp. 2-2 Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan
Texas Facing Historically Tight Labor Markets, Constraining Growth pp. 3-6 Downloads
Christopher Slijk
Texas Industrial Building Booms as Economy, Population Grow pp. 7-10 Downloads
Laila Assanie and Michael Weiss
Eleventh District Banks Have Performed Well Despite Rising Funding Costs, Nonbank Competition pp. 11-15 Downloads
Amy Chapel and Kelsey Reichow
Texas Economy Remains Strong Despite Challenges pp. 16-17 Downloads
Michael Weiss
Mexico's Fiscal Reform Earns Mixed Reviews pp. 18-18 Downloads
Jesus Cañas
Go Figure: Texas Graduation Rates Commendable, but State Could Fall Behind pp. 19-19 Downloads
Grant Strickler

2019, issue Q1

President's Perspective pp. 2-2 Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan
Position as Top Exporting State Exposes Texas to Shifting Trade Policy pp. 3-7 Downloads
Jesus Cañas and Stephanie Gullo
Civic Leader Seeks to Bolster Texas Attributes by 2036 Bicentennial pp. 8-9 Downloads
Michael Weiss
Lower Oil Prices, Tight Labor Markets to Restrain Texas Growth in 2019 pp. 10-13 Downloads
Keith Phillips and Judy Teng
Abundant Sunshine Not Enough to Power Texas Residential Solar Energy pp. 14-14 Downloads
Benjamin Meier and Jesse Thompson
Go Figure: Shale Revolution Boosts Texas Refiners’ Competitiveness pp. 15-15 Downloads
Jesse Thompson

2019, issue Fouth Quarter

Go Figure: Assessing the Cost of Longer Border Wait Times Downloads
Jesus Cañas and Chloe N. Smith

2019, issue Fourth Quarter

President's Perspective Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan
Gentrification Transforming Neighborhoods in Big Texas Cities Downloads
Yichen Su
Texas Sees Job, Output Gains from 2018 U.S. Tax Cut Downloads
Anil Kumar
Rising Demand, Renewables Generate New Challenges for Electric Utilities Downloads
Michael Weiss
Banks Face Growing Cybercrime Threat Downloads
Michael Perez and John Suek

2018, issue Q4

President's Perspective pp. 2-2 Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan
Texas Top-Rated State for Firm Relocations pp. 3-7 Downloads
Alexander T. Abraham and Anil Kumar
Spotlight: Texas Pre-K Enrollment Exceeds U.S. Rate pp. 9-9 Downloads
Stephanie Gullo
On the Record: A Conversation with Manoj Saxena - Artificial Intelligence Will Dramatically Affect Businesses pp. 10-11 Downloads
Michael Weiss
Mexico’s Nascent Fintech Offers Promise, Faces New Rules pp. 12-15 Downloads
Michael Perez

2018, issue Q3

President's Perspective pp. 2-2 Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan
New Technology Boosts Texas Firms' Output, Alters Worker Mix pp. 3-6 Downloads
Emily Kerr, Pia Orrenius and Christopher Slijk
Texas Property Taxes Soar as Homeowners Confront Rising Values pp. 7-11 Downloads
Jason Saving
On the Record: A Conversation with Mine Yücel - Shale Renews Excitement in Energy Industry pp. 12-13 Downloads
Michael Weiss
Parental Borrowing for College Comes with Repayment Issues pp. 14-17 Downloads
Wenhua Di, Carla Fletcher and Jeff Webster
Spotlight: Shale Oil Propels U.S. Crude Export Increase pp. 18-18 Downloads
Kunal Patel and Grant Strickler
Go Figure—If Texas Were a Country pp. 19-19 Downloads
Benjamin Meier and Christopher Slijk

2018, issue Q2

President's Perspective pp. 2-2 Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan
Harvey Highlights Houston MUD Bond Development Funding pp. 3-7 Downloads
Laila Assanie and Michael Weiss
On the Record: A Conversation with David Howard and Dan Howard - Texas Firms Struggling to Fill Job Openings pp. 8-9 Downloads
Michael Weiss
Texas Banking Conditions Improve, but Risks and Uncertainty Remain pp. 10-14 Downloads
Kelsey Reichow
FEMA to Play Long-Term Role in Recovery from Harvey pp. 15-17 Downloads
Rachel Brasier and Jesse Thompson
Border Cities Miss Texas Economic Upturn pp. 18-18 Downloads
Marycruz De Leon and Dylan Szeto
Go Figure: Texas Taps into Craft Brewing After Law Change pp. 19-19 Downloads
Christopher Slijk

2018, issue Q1

President's Perspective pp. 2-2 Downloads
Robert S. Kaplan
Gone to Texas: Migration Vital to Growth in the Lone Star State pp. 3-11 Downloads
Alexander T. Abraham, Stephanie Gullo and Pia Orrenius
On the Record: A Conversation with Jason Saving - Federal Tax Law Provides Stimulus to Bustling U.S., Texas Economies pp. 12-13 Downloads
Michael Weiss
Texas Economy Starts 2018 Firing on All Cylinders pp. 14-17 Downloads
Keith Phillips and Christopher Slijk
Spotlight: Mexico Sees Stronger 2018, NAFTA Challenges pp. 18-18 Downloads
Jesus Cañas
Go Figure: Texas Home Prices Head Through the Roof pp. 19-19 Downloads
Valerie Grossman and Enrique Martínez-García
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