"Skating on thin ice" is the way one New Hampshire economist describes the current state of our economy. New Hampshire is still out performing other states in terms of its unemployment rate and the stability of its housing market, but economic troubles in Europe could mean bad news for the Granite State which relies very much on exports. Also some worry that if the national economy doesn't gain a lot of momentum, New Hampshire's economy could be compromised. Today we look at the New Hampshire economy, examine the good news and not so good news and ask whether 2012 may be the turnaround year for housing, employment and business.
- Ross Gittell - James R Carter Professor at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire and Chancellor-Elect for the Community College System of New Hampshire;
- Dennis Delay - Economist at the NH Center for Public Policy Studies and New Hampshire State Forecast Manager for the New England Economic Partnership,
We'll also hear from
- Dick Anagnost - Real Estate Developer from Manchester and President of Anagnost Investments, Inc.
- Justin Oslowski - Director of U.S. Export Assistance Center in Durham, NH, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce