Economic analysis

The Oregon Economic Forecast provides information to planners and policy makers in state agencies and private organizations for use in their decision making processes. The Oregon Revenue Forecast opens the revenue forecasting process to public review. It is the basis for much of the budgeting in state government. Both of these reports are issued four times a year. The Office of Economic Analysis released the current Economic and Revenue Forecasts on February 22, 2017. The next forecasts will be released on May 16, 2017. Please feel free to contact Mark McMullen at 503-378-3455 or mark.mcmullen@oregon.gov or Josh Lehner at 503-378-4052 or joshua.lehner@oregon.gov​ for questions and updates.

Economic and Revenue Forecast calendar
 

Most recent forecasts

 

Quarterly forecast documents

Economic and revenue forecast (released on February 22, 2017)
Forecast document by section
 

Historical annual and quarterly data tables, 1990-2026 (xls)


​Employment Annual data ​Quarterly data
​Income ​Annual data ​Quarterly data
​Other indicators
Annual data​ ​Quarterly data

Archive

Past economic and revenue forecast documents:

 

If you would like access to historical data older than what is posted here, you may access the archived reports at the Oregon State Library.​

Forecast methodology

Oregon's economic forecast methodology

Personal income tax model methodology
Corporate income tax forecast methodology

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