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Four new measures of economic activity in Wilmington, North Carolina have been developed during the past year. The local economy is forecast to grow five percent over 1991. The current national recession should end by third quarter 1991 if the Federal Reserve System takes appropriate actions.
The Center for Business and Economic Services in the Cameron School of Business Administration conducted a study to estimate the economic impact that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington had on four counties in the state. This article presents measures of the university’s impact based on numbers of students enrolled, faculty and staff employed, and degree programs offered.
The lingering recession is battering the state's core industries as they adjust to new economic realities in hopes of an economic upswing.
Economic activity for 1986 in the Wilmington, North Carolina area continues to show growth over previous levels. A new index of local leading economic indicators (RILE) can forecast the direction of future regional economic activity in the Wilmington area.