UCLA Anderson Forecast and UCLA Anderson Center for Impact Presents
September 2022 Economic Outlook


In-Person (Executive Dining Room, UCLA Anderson School)
Online Webinar

September 21, 2022

8:30 – 11:55 a.m. (Pacific Time)

In-Person or Enhanced Webinar


  • In-Person or Zoom Webinar
  • Quarterly Digital Forecast Report
  • Participation in Q&A Session

Note: Space for In-Person is limited.

In-Person $195 / Webinar $95


Limited Webinar


  • YouTube Viewing Access Only




Climate Change | Business Implications

Will there be a recession? Is there one already? And how is California faring in relation to the U.S.? The Fall Quarter UCLA Anderson Forecast will explore the near term implication of slowing growth, higher interest rates and a more uncertain world, and the long-term implications with panels on climate change and the economic outlook. This conference will be held in collaboration with the UCLA Center for Impact@Anderson and feature a keynote address and expert panel.



8:30 - 8:40 a.m.

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Jerry Nickelsburg, Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast

8:40 - 9:45 a.m.

Forecast for the Nation and California

Leo Feler, Senior Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast
Jerry Nickelsburg, Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast
Edward Leamer, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UCLA Anderson School
William Yu, Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast
9:45 - 9:55 a.m. Q&A with the Forecast Team
9:55 - 10:05 a.m. Break
10:05 - 11:00 a.m.

A Conversation about Climate Change

Terry Tamminen, President, 7th Generation Advisors
Andy Lipkis, Founder & Project Executive, Accelerate Resilience LA
11:00 - 11:55 a.m.

Expert Panel - Climate Change and Business Impacts

Magali Delmas, Professor, UCLA Anderson and Faculty Director, UCLA Anderson Center for Impact (Moderator)
Jacob Atalla, VP of Sustainability Initiatives, KB Home
Kelly Clark, ESG Specialist and Stakeholder Manager, UCLA Anderson Center for Impact
Henry Friedman, Associate Professor of Accounting, UCLA Anderson

Closing Remarks

Jerry Nickelsburg, Director, UCLA Anderson Forecast