We are excited to announce the date for this year’s Economic Forum to be presented jointly by the Stephen S. Fuller Institute and Center for Regional Analysis at Mason.
The Center for Regional Analysis routinely updates data that provide a greater understanding of what drives the Greater Washington regional economy.
The Washington DC Metro area sees the fourth straight year of net-domestic outmigration.
The Washington DC Metropolitan Area Continues to Show Lackluster Economic Growth The US Bureau of Economic Analysis released data on 2016 Gross Domestic Product by Metropolitan Area. In 2016, the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area (Hence forth, the Washington Metro Area) had a $449.3 billion economy. This represents an increase of 1.1 percent over the […]
The Growth and Diversification Plan outlines the types of programs best poised to create jobs throughout the Northern Virginia Region. Read the Plan
The housing market in the Washington metro area continues to tighten as median sales price is highest March level of the decade, sales and pending sales are at decade highs, and inventory levels decline for the eleventh month in a row March 2017’s median sales price of $420,00 was up 5.3% or $21,000 compared to last year. […]
National employment situation numbers released this morning show payroll employment increasing by only 98,000 and the unemployment rate decreasing 0.2 percentage points to 4.5 percent. The professional and business services sector saw the largest growth at an additional 56,000 jobs and for the second straight month, retail trade lost nearly 30,000. Total employment is up 2.18 million […]