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Alan Beaulieu

With a reputation as an accurate, straightforward economist, Alan Beaulieu has been delivering award-winning workshops and economic analysis seminars across the world to thousands of business executives for the last 30 years.
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From the President's Desk Global

Hong Kong Is Not Faring Well Under Tightened Chinese Control
By Alan Beaulieu on June 27, 2023

Hong Kong’s GDP and stock market have both been underperforming since before COVID-19.

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From the President's Desk Manufacturing

US Electricity Production Provides Safety and Potential
By Alan Beaulieu on May 18, 2023

Society and the economy are dependent on reliable electricity generation and distribution.

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From the President's Desk Construction

Commercial Real Estate – That Hurt!
By Alan Beaulieu on April 20, 2023

Use caution if you are planning on investing in commercial real estate.

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From the President's Desk Construction

Seeing the Future First
By Alan Beaulieu on March 14, 2023

“Seeing the Future First” is important at ITR Economics, as it sums up our purpose and our passion. That is not always easy for a business leader, even a seasoned one, to do. As an example,...

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From the President's Desk Great Depression

Ominous Headline – Fact or Fiction?
By Alan Beaulieu on February 14, 2023

Headlines are meant to grab a potential reader’s attention, and this one certainly grabbed mine! A major news source led with this: “GDP Report reveals ominous Great Depression warning sign...

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From the President's Desk Internal Forecasting

A Trusted Compass — Our Preliminary 2022 Forecast Accuracy Results
By Alan Beaulieu on January 19, 2023

Pilots, sailors, and hikers all know the importance of an accurate compass at all times, and especially when darkness descends and clouds obscure the moon and stars. I remember an...

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