Jack Kyser

Founding Economist, LAEDC's Kyser Center for Economic Research

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Founding Economist of the Kyser Center for Economic Research at the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation, a private, nonprofit that aims to attract and retain businesses and jobs in the Los Angeles region

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The Los Angeles area once was the aerospace capital for the US and the rest of the world, but not any more.

The Last Defense Contractor Leaves LA

The Los Angeles area once was the aerospace capital for the US and the rest of the world, but not any more.

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What about Black Friday and the retail economy? Jack Kyser is founding economist at the Kyser Center for Economic Research at the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation.

Are People Spending in Los Angeles?

What about Black Friday and the retail economy? Jack Kyser is founding economist at the Kyser Center for Economic Research at the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation.

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California's share of the federal stimulus package is $80 billion, $30 of which goes to tax relief.  As to the rest, the Obama Administration says, “don't waste it.”

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