The Economic Impact of COVID-19


June 18, 2020
12:00PM - 1:00PM


Online via Zoom

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The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard hitting and widespread, affecting everyday life throughout the world. From an economic perspective, the United States has experienced sharp movements in the stock market, industries crippled by stay at home orders and forced closures, and unprecedented job loss as the unemployment rate continues to rise. As many states and countries around the world begin to reopen, what does this mean for the economy moving forward? Is the worst behind us? What permanent societal changes will we need to adapt to?

Our esteemed panel will share their thoughts regarding:

  1. The ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the global, United States and Ohio economies
  2. Projections for near-term and long-term economic recovery and growth
  3. Whether additional actions are needed to support an economic recovery
  4. How Americans will pay for the trillions in federal stimulus spent on jumpstarting the economy
  5. What we learned from the ’08 recession and whether those lessons apply now


  • Bill Adams, Senior Vice President and Senior Economist, The PNC Financial Services Group
  • Brian Hurtuk, Managing Director & Principal, Colliers International
  • David W. Berson, SVP & Chief Economist, Nationwide Insurance






Moderator: Carl Dyczek, Partner, Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC