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Great Depression

What Will the World Look Like After the 2030s Great Depression?
By ITR Economics on January 17, 2023

The next Great Depression will have a tremendous impact on the entire world, heavily influencing the way we think and act. As we navigate through this period, there will be a lot of changes...

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ITR Experts Say Strategic Planning

New Year’s Resolutions for Business Leaders
By ITR Economics on January 12, 2023

What better time than the start of a new year to make some changes to your business planning strategy that will pay dividends in 2023 and beyond? Here are some simple steps that will make a...

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How to Start Building a 5-Year Business Strategy
By ITR Economics on January 5, 2023

With help from our four-phase business cycle methodology, companies are able to make the right decisions at the right time. ITR Economics can help you see what’s to come for your company...

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Great Depression

Helpful Tips for Workers Ahead of the 2030s Great Depression
By ITR Economics on December 27, 2022

During an economic depression, job loss is an unfortunate reality for many. There are many elements that will factor into job security in the next decade, and everyone will face some level...

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ITR Experts Say Retail

Eyes on the Consumer: A Four-Pronged Assessment
By ITR Economics on December 22, 2022

When you want to know where the ship is headed, a good bet is to go directly to the person at the wheel. For the US economy, that would be the consumer, as every productive economic effort...

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ITR Experts Say Construction

An Outlier, With a Few Reservations
By ITR Economics on December 13, 2022

The beauty of the “economic train” is that when a given railcar is navigating a dodgy stretch of track, another glides forward on gleaming rails, supported by stout ties.

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