Regionomics Local Economist Predicts Slight Recovery This Year By Mike Foley • Jan 7, 2021 nytimes.com The central Ohio economy will recover slightly with a 2.6% gain of almost 27,000 jobs in 2021, but should leave year-end employment well below its February 2020 level. LaFayette: Growth In Columbus Slower But Still Positive By Mike Foley • Jan 9, 2019 Regionomics Regionomics owner Bill LaFayette released his 20th annual economic outlook for the Columbus-area at Wednesday’s Columbus Metropolitan Club forum. Columbus Expected To See Continued Job Growth In 2018 By Mike Foley • Jan 3, 2018 Wednesday’s Columbus Metropolitan Club forum offered a glimpse at how the central Ohio economy may fare in 2018. Local Economist Predicts Slower Job Growth In Central Ohio This Year By Mike Foley • Jan 5, 2017 regionomicsllc.com Economist and Regionomics founder Bill LaFayette delivered his annual Blue Chip Economic Forecast at the Columbus Metropolitan Club yesterday. Economist Says Regional Forecast Bright - For Many By Alison Holm • Jan 7, 2015 regionomicsllc.com A local economist says the outlook for central Ohio in 2015 is unusually bright. Government Shutdown Has Widespread Impact By Jim Letizia • Oct 9, 2013 The federal government shutdown has a broad economic impact in Ohio. Analysis: Same-Sex Marriage Could Benefit Ohio Economy By Jim Letizia • Sep 19, 2013 Same-sex marriage remains illegal in Ohio. But a Columbus economic analyst says voters and policy makers need to consider the financial value of marriage equality. Local Job Growth Will Continue This Year By Jim Letizia & Mike Foley • Jan 10, 2013 Job growth will continue this year in Central Ohio, potentially bringing the region's employment to a new high.