National Association for Business Economics

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National Association for Business Economics (NABE)
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Founded 1959
Headquarters Washington D.C.
Web site http://www.nabe.com/index.html

The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) is an association of professionals who have an interest in business economics and want to use the latest economic data and trends to enhance their ability to make business decisions.

Past presidents of the NABE have included several former Federal Reserve Governors, the former Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan, and other senior business leaders.[1]

Randall Kroszner, who took office on the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on March 1, 2006 to fill an unexpired term ending Jan. 31, 2008, served as a director at the NABE.

History

News

According to the November 2007 NABE Outlook, while the U.S. economy faces a higher risk of recession from credit markets, housing, and energy prices, NABE’s panelists still do not see recession as the most likely outcome.[2]

Membership

There are approximately 2,500 members representing more than 1,500 businesses and other organizations from around the world. Since its founding in 1959, the association has continued to attract the attention of influential economic leaders.

Key People

References

  1. About NABE. NABE.
  2. "The NABE Outlook: Sluggish Near-Term Growth with Recession Risks November 2007". NABE.