UCLA Forecasts 'Trumponomics' Impact on California and the Nation

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President-elect Donald Trump speaks to workers at Carrier air conditioning and heating on December 1, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

A UCLA Anderson Forecast report published Tuesday predicts an economic boost for California and the Bay Area as military spending increases under a Trump administration. But the shift in deportation policy for undocumented immigrants could heavily impact the state's agriculture sector where an estimated half of the workers are undocumented. We'll take apart the report's findings for California and the nation.

UCLA Anderson Forecast: The New Economy Under a New Administration


Jerry Nickelsburg, professor of economics, UCLA's Anderson School of Management; co-author, UCLA Anderson Forecast

David Shulman, economist,UCLA Anderson Forecast; co-author, UCLA Anderson Forecast