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Panel proposes more school money, pension option

...teachers' retirement systems, the state has an unfunded pension obligation of about $12 billion.John Boucher, a senior economist with Parnell's Office of Management and Budget, said in an interview that it was hard to gauge the potential budgetary...

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Low-wage jobs unexpectedly a way of life for many

...has risen to 13.4 percent from 10.4 percent in 1979, according to government data analyzed by John Schmitt, a senior economist at the progressive Center for Economic and Policy Research.Nearly a third of low-wage employees last year had...

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ISER backs Revenue on tax impact

Scott Goldsmith, the University of Alaska's venerated senior economist, has stepped into the political snake pit of the oil tax repeal debate.Goldsmith is well-known for his study of Alaska fiscal...

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Budget officials grilled on 10-year plan

...with the billions of dollars in increased costs the Legislature is anticipating or discussing.John Boucher, a senior economist with the Office of Management and Budget, said it's challenging to look out five years and project what Medicaid...

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...billion.Nationally, the forecast is "cautiously optimistic," said Gary Schlossberg, who is vice president and senior economist for Wells Capital Management."We are in the middle of an adjustment to the aftershocks of the financial meltdown...

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Economists forecast fair outlook for state and nation

...billion. Nationally, the forecast is "cautiously optimistic," said Gary Schlossberg, who is vice president and senior economist for Wells Capital Management. "We are in the middle of an adjustment to the aftershocks of the financial meltdown...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/trends/2013-02-28/economists-forecast-fair-outlook-f
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Choices tough amid oil decline

...the coming challenges, there hasn't been any serious talk about moving toward either of those. John Boucher, senior economist in Parnell's budget office, said the state's in a position where "we can manage our way through this. "I...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-01-28/choices-tough-amid-oil-decline
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Labor, business spar over Free Choice Act

...punching range. Separating the two were two out-of-state experts on the pending congressional act: John Schmitt, senior economist with the Center for Economic and Policy Research, a labor-oriented Washington, D.C., think-tank, and Marc...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/042309/bus_289171171.shtml
Economic rebound predicted this year

...quarter, at the latest," said Jonathan King, senior economist at Northern Economics, speaking to a packed house...discussion. King was joined by Gary Schlossberg, a senior economist at Wells Capital Management, in predicting a strengthening...

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Things OK for 2012; watch out for 2013

...they peer into the crystal ball. Jonathan King, senior economist at Northern Economics, an Anchorage-based consulting...along with Wells Fargo Bank's Aryan Vasquez, senior economist and vice president for global emerging markets...

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