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Dr. Kathy Deck

Director for the Center for Business and Economic Research

University of Arkansas

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University of Arkansas

4301 W. Markham St.

Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

United States

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
United Way of Northwest Arkansas

Board Member
CNET

Board Member
Women's Foundation of Arkansas

Board Member
CNET

Director
Centre for Economics and Business Research

Officio Member
Green Valley Development Inc

Officio Member
Fayetteville Economic Development Council

Education

B.A.

economics

College of William and Mary

M.S.

economics

University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Kathy Deck, the director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, and Mike Harvey, the Northwest Arkansas Council's chief operating officer, invited a small group of Northwest Arkansas mayors and chamber of commerce presidents to a press conference about the region's growth and the March revisions.

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The revisions occur because the bureau acquires additional information about the economy that wasn't available at the time of the initial release, Deck said.
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The March revisions did a better job of accounting for job growth throughout the region, particularly in the trade, transportation and utilities sectors, Deck said. The March revisions show the region added about 10,000 jobs last year.
"Kathy and I were perplexed when we saw those January numbers, and for me it was particularly troubling because we saw our region's companies indicate in our Employer Retention and Expansion (ERE) surveys that they were adding jobs and that they planned to add even more jobs," Harvey said.
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Pictured: University of Arkansas economist Kathy Deck earlier today met with mayors, community leaders and the media to talk about new U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data that shows Northwest Arkansas added 10,000 jobs in 2014.


Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce News Newswire

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We also know there are many Northwest Arkansas companies that will be adding jobs in 2014.”

Kathy Deck, Director of the Center for Business and Economic Research in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, said the employment growth in Northwest Arkansas is broad-based. “All of our employment sectors are showing year-over-year growth,” Deck said. “That kind of positive environment means that new and existing companies have enormous opportunities to thrive because of a strong regional customer base and increasing incomes.”

Jonesboro also ranked among the nation’s top growth places.


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Kathy Deck

Director
Center for Business & Economic Research, Walton College of Business
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Kathy Deck
Kathy Deck became director of the Center for Business & Economic Research at the University of Arkansas in 2007. Last year, Deck's biggest project was a statewide economic study commissioned by the UA.
She is the lead researcher for the quarterly Skyline Report, which examines the northwest Arkansas real estate market and is produced in collaboration with Arvest Bank. Deck took the post at the Sam M. Walton College of Business after working as an antitrust economist in the Arizona Attorney General's Office, examining mergers and acquisitions.


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Kathy Deck, director of the University of Arkansas' Center for Business and Economic Research, believes the economy will largely be flat in 2012.

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University of Arkansas economist Kathy Deck said Thursday that the region's economy continues to show signs of slow and steady growth.
Deck, the director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the Sam M. Walton College of Business, was speaking to about 100 business and community leaders who attended the quarterly business luncheon at the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Enterprise Development on the UA campus.
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Among the highlights are consumer sentiment levels that are heading in the right direction, Deck said.
"Consumers have regained much of their confidence," she said.
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Deck did add that small businesses, however, are feeling the uncertainty of the election.
"Without any set rules, they're making defensive moves right now about hiring and spending and things like that," she said.


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Kathy Deck, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the Walton College of Business, speaks to the audience at the 2013 Business Forecast Luncheon. (Photo by Twitter: @uawaltoncollege)

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That's the outlook from University of Arkansas economist Kathy Deck, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the Sam M. Walton College of Business. Deck spoke Friday at the 19th annual Business Forecast Luncheon held at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers and sponsored by the UA.
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Deck's analysis projects significant employment gains in 2013 for Northwest Arkansas, "very much unlike the national economy.
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Deck said for the state to see substantial growth, Little Rock and the surrounding areas will need to become stronger economically, especially when it comes to job creation.
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However, Deck noted, "the bleeding has stopped enormously" for Fort Smith.

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