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  • The financial, retail, and labor markets are key indicators of economic health and trajectory. Dr. Robert Eyler discusses the state of these markets, how the California economy fits into the national and global picture, and what these updates mean for your business.

    Robert Eyler Featured Speaker at NELSONtalks Business: Sacramento

    The financial, retail, and labor markets are key indicators of economic health and trajectory. Dr. Robert Eyler discusses the state of these markets, how the California economy fits into the national and global picture, and what these updates mean for your business.

  • Napa County will share an economic report on how fast the local wage might be increased without unduly hurting businesses. But that economic report by Robert Eyler of Economic Forensics & Analytics didn’t recommend a faster ramp-up to $15 than the state is taking.

    Child advocates say higher wages, affordable housing needed

    Napa County will share an economic report on how fast the local wage might be increased without unduly hurting businesses. But that economic report by Robert Eyler of Economic Forensics & Analytics didn’t recommend a faster ramp-up to $15 than the state is taking.

  • Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler released a private study in December that found an economic benefit when shoppers buy local at Oliver’s Market compared to purchasing national brand products sold at a chain store headquartered outside the county.

    Sonoma County’s Go Local expands amid growing pains

    Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler released a private study in December that found an economic benefit when shoppers buy local at Oliver’s Market compared to purchasing national brand products sold at a chain store headquartered outside the county.

  • With recreational marijuana legalization looming, a local economic expert advised Mendocino County business leaders Friday to position the area to become known for “wine, food and weed.” “Because if you don’t, someone else will,” Robert Eyler, economics professor at Sonoma State University and director of the Center for Regional Economic Analysis

    Wine, waves & weed? Economics expert advises Ukiah to plan for pot tourism

    With recreational marijuana legalization looming, a local economic expert advised Mendocino County business leaders Friday to position the area to become known for “wine, food and weed.” “Because if you don’t, someone else will,” Robert Eyler, economics professor at Sonoma State University and director of the Center for Regional Economic Analysis, told the group gathered at the Ukiah Valley Conference Center April 15 for the 2016 Agriculture Business Coalition Economic Outlook.

  • The Board heard a report done for the county by Robert Eyler of Economic Forensics and Analytics. Eyler talked about trying to increase the minimum wage from the current $10 an hour to a level where the benefits still outweigh the costs.

    Napa County defers to new state minimum wage law

    The Board heard a report done for the county by Robert Eyler of Economic Forensics and Analytics. Eyler talked about trying to increase the minimum wage from the current $10 an hour to a level where the benefits still outweigh the costs.

  • Sonoma State University economist Robert Eyler said that a .6 percent growth rate is what should be expected in a small quasi-rural county. Eyler theorized that Napa County grew more slowly than regional neighbors because of housing prices or lack of housing.

    Napa population rises slowly

    Sonoma State University economist Robert Eyler said that a .6 percent growth rate is what should be expected in a small quasi-rural county. Eyler theorized that Napa County grew more slowly than regional neighbors because of housing prices or lack of housing.

The financial, retail, and labor markets are key indicators of economic health and trajectory. Dr. Robert Eyler discusses the state of these markets, how the California economy fits into the national and global picture, and what these updates mean for your business.

Robert Eyler Featured Speaker at NELSONtalks Business: Sacramento

April 29, 2016

The financial, retail, and labor markets are key indicators of economic health and trajectory. Dr. Robert Eyler discusses the state of these markets, how the California economy fits into the national and global picture, and what these updates mean for your business.

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Napa County will share an economic report on how fast the local wage might be increased without unduly hurting businesses. But that economic report by Robert Eyler of Economic Forensics & Analytics didn’t recommend a faster ramp-up to $15 than the state is taking.

Child advocates say higher wages, affordable housing needed

April 28, 2016

Napa County will share an economic report on how fast the local wage might be increased without unduly hurting businesses. But that economic report by Robert Eyler of Economic Forensics & Analytics didn’t recommend a faster ramp-up to $15 than the state is taking.

Full Story »

Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler released a private study in December that found an economic benefit when shoppers buy local at Oliver’s Market compared to purchasing national brand products sold at a chain store headquartered outside the county.

Sonoma County’s Go Local expands amid growing pains

April 25, 2016

Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler released a private study in December that found an economic benefit when shoppers buy local at Oliver’s Market compared to purchasing national brand products sold at a chain store headquartered outside the county.

Full Story »

With recreational marijuana legalization looming, a local economic expert advised Mendocino County business leaders Friday to position the area to become known for “wine, food and weed.” “Because if you don’t, someone else will,” Robert Eyler, economics professor at Sonoma State University and director of the Center for Regional Economic Analysis

Wine, waves & weed? Economics expert advises Ukiah to plan for pot tourism

April 18, 2016

With recreational marijuana legalization looming, a local economic expert advised Mendocino County business leaders Friday to position the area to become known for “wine, food and weed.” “Because if you don’t, someone else will,” Robert Eyler, economics professor at Sonoma State University and director of the Center for Regional Economic Analysis, told the group gathered at the Ukiah Valley Conference Center April 15 for the 2016 Agriculture Business Coalition Economic Outlook.

Full Story »

The Board heard a report done for the county by Robert Eyler of Economic Forensics and Analytics. Eyler talked about trying to increase the minimum wage from the current $10 an hour to a level where the benefits still outweigh the costs.

Napa County defers to new state minimum wage law

April 6, 2016

The Board heard a report done for the county by Robert Eyler of Economic Forensics and Analytics. Eyler talked about trying to increase the minimum wage from the current $10 an hour to a level where the benefits still outweigh the costs.

Full Story »

Sonoma State University economist Robert Eyler said that a .6 percent growth rate is what should be expected in a small quasi-rural county. Eyler theorized that Napa County grew more slowly than regional neighbors because of housing prices or lack of housing.

Napa population rises slowly

April 4, 2016

Sonoma State University economist Robert Eyler said that a .6 percent growth rate is what should be expected in a small quasi-rural county. Eyler theorized that Napa County grew more slowly than regional neighbors because of housing prices or lack of housing.

Full Story »