Ross Devol

Director of Regional Economics, the Milken Institute

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Director of Regional Economics, the Milken Institute

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The  UCLA-Anderson Forecast  predicted the housing bubble. Now it concludes that California will be in economic trouble for a long time to come.

Doom and Gloom for California's Economy

The UCLA-Anderson Forecast predicted the housing bubble. Now it concludes that California will be in economic trouble for a long time to come.

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