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ContributorsMeyer, George W., 1884-1959 (Composer) / Lewis, Sam M., 1885-1959 (Lyricist) / Geo. W. Meyer Music Co. (Publisher)
Created1913
ContributorsThe Pride Publishing Company (Publisher)
Created2000-05 to 2018-03
Description

The Western Blue Chip Economic Forecast, which now incorporates the Arizona Blue Chip Forecast, focuses on the changing economies of 12 Western states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. The Western employs the proven accuracy of the consensus forecasting method brought to

The Western Blue Chip Economic Forecast, which now incorporates the Arizona Blue Chip Forecast, focuses on the changing economies of 12 Western states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. The Western employs the proven accuracy of the consensus forecasting method brought to prominence by the late Robert J. Eggert, often referred to as the "Sage of Sedona." Forecasts are compiled by website editor Lee McPheters, research professor of economics in the W. P. Carey School of Business, who has studied the Western region for over two decades.

ContributorsThe Pride Publishing Company (Contributor)
Created2000 to 2008
Description

The Western Blue Chip Economic Forecast, which now incorporates the Arizona Blue Chip Forecast, focuses on the changing economies of 12 Western states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. The Western employs the proven accuracy of the consensus forecasting method brought to

The Western Blue Chip Economic Forecast, which now incorporates the Arizona Blue Chip Forecast, focuses on the changing economies of 12 Western states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. The Western employs the proven accuracy of the consensus forecasting method brought to prominence by the late Robert J. Eggert, often referred to as the "Sage of Sedona." Forecasts are compiled by website editor Lee McPheters, research professor of economics in the W. P. Carey School of Business, who has studied the Western region for over two decades.

ContributorsThe Pride Publishing Company (Sponsor)
Created1999 to 2008
Description

The Greater Phoenix Blue Chip provides quarterly consensus projections on general economic indicators and key construction measures from economists and real estate analysts and executives in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The construction forecasts are compiled in cooperation with Elliott D. Pollack and Company, a leading economic and real estate consulting

The Greater Phoenix Blue Chip provides quarterly consensus projections on general economic indicators and key construction measures from economists and real estate analysts and executives in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The construction forecasts are compiled in cooperation with Elliott D. Pollack and Company, a leading economic and real estate consulting firm based in Scottsdale, Arizona.

ContributorsThe Pride Publishing Company (Publisher)
Created2000 to 2008
Description

Published monthly, Mexico Consensus Economic Forecast offers a comprehensive outlook for the Mexican economy; covering 12 macroeconomic variables over a 2 year forecast horizon. Forecasts are provided by leading economists whose individual views are shown together with the average (mean) forecast. In addition, our analysis includes 6 years of historical

Published monthly, Mexico Consensus Economic Forecast offers a comprehensive outlook for the Mexican economy; covering 12 macroeconomic variables over a 2 year forecast horizon. Forecasts are provided by leading economists whose individual views are shown together with the average (mean) forecast. In addition, our analysis includes 6 years of historical data for these same variables as well as written analysis, charts and sentiment indicators.

ContributorsMeyer, George W., 1884-1959 (Composer) / Lewis, Sam M., 1885-1959 (Lyricist) / Geo. W. Meyer Music Co. (Publisher)
Created1913
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ContributorsSwanson, Steve (Author) / Bostwick, Todd W. (Author) / The Pride Publishing Company (Collaborator deprecated, use Contributor))
Created2007
Description

The South Mountains, located on the southern edge of the City of Phoenix, Arizona, have long been considered a sacred place to Native Americans. Numerous trails, many of which are associated with ancient rock art and broken pottery, lead from the base of the mountains into the upper reaches of

The South Mountains, located on the southern edge of the City of Phoenix, Arizona, have long been considered a sacred place to Native Americans. Numerous trails, many of which are associated with ancient rock art and broken pottery, lead from the base of the mountains into the upper reaches of the canyons. The presence of this rock art and associated artifacts indicates that the trails were created by the Hohokam people, an artistic and intelligent culture. The archaeology and rock art of the South Mountains are currently threatened because of development along the edge of the mountains. Some of the incredible rock art has been documented over the past four decades, but no comprehensive surveys have been undertaken. Consequently, the City of Phoenix collaborated with the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University to undertake a long-term program to survey and record rock art within its cultural and natural contexts.

ContributorsSchwartz, Jean (Composer) / Madden, Edward, 1878-1952 (Lyricist) / Jerome & Schwartz Publishing Co. (Publisher)
Created1912
ContributorsSchwartz, Jean (Composer) / Jerome, William, 1865-1932 (Lyricist) / Jerome H. Remick & Co. (Publisher)
Created1912
ContributorsSchwartz, Jean (Composer) / Clarke, Grant (Lyricist) / Jerome & Schwartz Publishing Co. (Publisher)
Created1912