The U.S. and Global Manufacturing Outlook

National Economists Club (NEC) presents:

"The U.S. and Global Manufacturing Outlook"


Chad Moutray
Chief Economist, National Association of Manufacturers
Director, Center for Manufacturing Research at the Manufacturing Institute

Chad Moutray is chief economist for the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), where he serves as the NAM’s economic forecaster and spokesperson on economic issues. He frequently comments on current economic conditions for manufacturers through professional presentations and media interviews and has appeared on various new outlets, including CNBC. In addition, he is the director of the Center for Manufacturing Research at the Manufacturing Institute, the social impact arm of the NAM, where he leads efforts to produce thought leadership, data and analysis of relevance to business leaders in the sector.

Prior to joining the NAM, Dr. Moutray was the chief economist and director of economic research for the Office of Advocacy at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) from 2002 to 2010. In that role, he was responsible for researching the importance of entrepreneurship to the U.S. economy and highlighting various issues of importance to small business owners, policymakers and academics. In addition to discussing economic and policy trends, his personal research focused on the importance of educational attainment to both self-employment and economic growth. (Read more here).

Note: Registration is open through Wednesday, 6-12-19, but walk-ins are welcome.

For Members of the Press: Please email with your attendance status and the date of attendance. It will be assumed that lunch is NOT requested. If lunch is requested, please contact me in advance, prior to the date of the event, for registration and payment instructions.


Jun 13 2019


12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


$20 - $35

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Chinatown Garden Restaurant
618 H Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20001


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