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    Marin among U.S. leaders in gap between wages and housing affordability

    Rob Eyler, CEO of the Marin Economic Forum and an economics professor at Sonoma State University, said, "At the current minimum-wage level, the two major options are to combine households or commute from a lower-rent area. We don't have a great solution for it because we love the way markets work in almost every other way, but there are social costs."

  • Marin County

    Income marker highest 
in state

    What draws people to Marin, Mr. Eyler said, is the prospect of a desirable quality of life beyond, but not too far away from, the big city: good schools, rural character and a quick trip to the coast.

  • Buck Institute for Research on Aging

    Buck Institute in Novato partners with Google biotech entity

    Robert Eyler, head of the Marin Economic Forum, said, “(We) are seeing this as a major marketing coup for the region. It really shows there is money out there that wants to make an investment in Marin County’s intellectual capital around life sciences.”

  • Marin Economic Forum wins $150,000 county grant

    The county board approved the grant amid news forum CEO Robert Eyler will step down this summer to take on new responsibilities at Sonoma State University, where he has been promoted to dean of international education. He will remain as an associate of the forum, serving as an economist.

  • Experts predict drought will have minimal impact on Marin’s economy

    Marin’s economic growth over the next two years will likely outpace growth in the national economy; and the state’s drought isn’t expected to spoil the party, Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler said Thursday. “California’s economic forecast has still not been adjusted for a drought yet,” Eyler said. “We’re still betting that the drought will be relatively low in its impact this year and potentially into next. We’ll see.”

  • Mendocino

    Ukiah Daily Journal: The Commerce File

    Members of the North Coast Builders Exchange, the Mendocino County Farm Bureau and the Employers Council of Mendocino County heard a presentation Friday from Dr. Robert Eyler a professor of economics at Sonoma State University. Here in a nutshell is what he said:

marin

Marin among U.S. leaders in gap between wages and housing affordability

May 27, 2015

Rob Eyler, CEO of the Marin Economic Forum and an economics professor at Sonoma State University, said, “At the current minimum-wage level, the two major options are to combine households or commute from a lower-rent area. We don’t have a great solution for it because we love the way markets work in almost every other way, but there are social costs.”

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Dr. Robert Eyler

People: Week of May 25, 2015

May 26, 2015

Robert Eyler has served as a volunteer official since 2009, and as a board member since 2011. He is a professor of economics and the senior international officer at Sonoma State University as well as CEO of the Marin Economic Forum, a public-private partnership organization focused on economic development in Marin County.

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Marin County

Income marker highest 
in state

May 8, 2015

What draws people to Marin, Mr. Eyler said, is the prospect of a desirable quality of life beyond, but not too far away from, the big city: good schools, rural character and a quick trip to the coast.

Full Story »

Buck Institute for Research on Aging

Buck Institute in Novato partners with Google biotech entity

April 29, 2015

Robert Eyler, head of the Marin Economic Forum, said, “(We) are seeing this as a major marketing coup for the region. It really shows there is money out there that wants to make an investment in Marin County’s intellectual capital around life sciences.”

Full Story »

Marin Economic Forum wins $150,000 county grant

April 24, 2015

The county board approved the grant amid news forum CEO Robert Eyler will step down this summer to take on new responsibilities at Sonoma State University, where he has been promoted to dean of international education. He will remain as an associate of the forum, serving as an economist.

Full Story »

Experts predict drought will have minimal impact on Marin’s economy

April 4, 2015

Marin’s economic growth over the next two years will likely outpace growth in the national economy; and the state’s drought isn’t expected to spoil the party, Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler said Thursday. “California’s economic forecast has still not been adjusted for a drought yet,” Eyler said. “We’re still betting that the drought will be relatively low in its impact this year and potentially into next. We’ll see.”

Full Story »