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02:11 min | Last month

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"Enough to produce the automobiles to sell the new cars if the customer wants which is all great signs for the economy yeah indeed and you know what that's that's the best part of all about you doing those indexes get you find not only the the trends when we're going down but you also find the trends while recovering and I just feel like that's a really good sign these days given all the bad news that that we've been encountering with the protest going on the riots across the country and in the culvert problems that we have experienced as well it's amazing to me that Americans are still keeping their optimism about the economy good side welcome to hash thank you doctor recommend it it's it's been a real great experience for us because the students are involved in that in helping push the index together and and I'd say yeah we're really as we look at August twenty fourth this is going to be another sign that the economy is recovering when colleges and universities like north are beginning classes in the fall as well yeah you're gonna be playing football up there we're open so we have a good team all right we'll talk again soon thanks very much look forward to seeing you at the Auto Show later on this year always a pleasure Frank Dr Tim Nash from Northwood university and we just love hearing about their studies they stay on topic give your real real data go to Northwood dot EDU to check out their optimism index okay we'll be back tell you the story of fall we'll have the latest what's happened to the Novi mandat Russia his brother David will be joining us again on the Frank Beckman show coming up right now W. J. traffic and weather first in years rituals in ski a single lane closure of the Sellafield freeway at Michigan Avenue is causing slow traffic from rotunda drive expects lower conditions on I. seventy five in both directions between seven mile and Adams road due to roadworks and the roadway is reduced to one lane on Grand River Avenue between bill by in Taft road now W. J. R. whether first from the weather channel sponsored by rumor floors of Bloomfield hills national care standpoint is happening now reamer floors in Bloomfield hills the lowest.

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05:29 min | Last month

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"Already a tail it looks welcome back into the show a man who's been with us a number of times before we told you about a month I think was about a month ago they first came out with this with the the economy tanking the way it was because of all the shutdowns of the state of recovered nineteen nationally the same thing happening and it's just been a horrific impact will Northwood university the they've been keeping tabs what people believe is happening next is called optimism index and the the senior vice president director of the McNear center for the advancement of free enterprise and entrepreneurship at Northwood is Dr Tim Nash was back with us once again this morning we're happy to have him on the show to tell us what this optimization index really tells us and what we're going to see as the sectors of the economy continue to reopen Dr Nash good morning nice to be back with us how you bet I've got your back when were here in Midland Michigan getting ready to open the university for our new student body on October I'm not August twenty fourth and and we're working daily on the optimism index or staying busy up here had misled the home of the healthiest muscles admission that's yeah and some other issues we'll get that another time let's talk about it because of index which we introduced to people a little while back when you when you started it you take a look at some some real dynamics in the academy and elsewhere in the in measuring what what people feel about the what the future may bring it it's really easy to be depressed these days but somehow Michiganders are keeping their head above water and all this sort of thing absolutely right until you have the the good thing is that the Michigan economy is beginning to open them in and listen up prince regulatory structure the the difficulty is that last week we were in the seventies for three days in a row which means not only will we be on the recovery zone but we were actually and what we would describe the low end of full recovery based on our optimism index and then the federal reserve came out with its report to which a lot of people are disagreeing with but the chairman of the fed thought that we would not have a V. recovery so that moved our index back into the sixties in bed today we're having some issues with the worry that we're gonna have another a second wave of cold at nineteen due to the protesting that's happening across the country so right now we're just below the recovery zone but I think that there are a number of factors that lead us to believe that we can get back into an above the recovery zone in the next week or so yeah let's let's remind everybody what factors you take into account in the in coming up with with your with your numbers we we looked at Coleman deaths we look at corporate cases we look at the mortality rate we look at the Dow Jones industrial average which has all the major U. S. stocks including R. four four trillion dollars of stocks which which is a quite a precedent for the United States we look at the S. and P. five hundred I'm sorry we look at the Wilshire five thousand which is a very strong broad based group of stocks in then we look at the nasdaq which has all the high tech stocks and then finally we look at the yield on the ten year U. S. treasury bond which looks at interest rates and it's been a very long term strong for Castro trends in the economy yes all right so if the if the numbers are correct and we are seeing this this increase in optimism about the economy you can put into words how this sort of translates into into real life opportunity in the in the bounce back absolutely you know it's for example and last week we had and it was very surprising and jobs report again in the week before it was a swing of actually ten million jobs that were lost her serve the fact that we created that two million new jobs I know you have the fact that even if you see things like people are beginning to location homes I'm actually at a faster pace than the same month last year from June so far airline bookings are up some of the major museum in parks like the Hollywood Disney world of their opening earlier than they expected to lose are all things that we're looking at that are creating momentum in the economy I had some friends that were up north so this weekend then said that it it almost looks white tell what it looked like mid summer in a normal healthy here so so you starting to see these types of things happening certainly the auto industry as we analyze it the problem in the auto industry right now is going to be a not that there are people wanting to buy automobiles demand is there right now I think it's like you're the auto factories up quickly enough to produce the automobiles to sell the new cars if the customer wants which is all great signs for the economy yeah indeed and.

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06:35 min | Last month

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"Lexington's been holding on I wanna get the his call right here Rick good morning nice to be with us Sir morning it's about how you guys just in case you guys already won over the things I'm going to I just turned out to Moscow our but after that Ryszard guy who was killed by the cops have landed there I mean he pointed out the taser at the cop and there's you know there's course every sand you know addition they got shot and you know whatever but what if you were it is a cop and took the cops weapon killed a cop or other cops isn't that a possibility well they're all sorts of possibilities there and you know I I watch the video myself and you know other things the cops could done differently while perhaps but we also don't know what his reaction would have been to two orders of the police officers do it there are so many other thing is I I mean he was intoxicated and so is he I don't got away and cause an accident kills somebody or something or hurt himself you know isn't I don't know it just all right this whole idea he was sleeping in his car no that wasn't the issue he was he was drunk behind the wheel of his car and and that's what the police and went to investigate not that that he was sleeping so there's nothing wrong with sleeping if you're found to be to have been drinking as the police apparently found that he had that's what created the confrontation he grabbed the taser that's never a good idea to grab anything from the police you're exacerbating the situation yourself you know I I get it but I guess everybody else was in part yeah and and look I'm not trying to make the case that he deserved to be killed okay no that's not the point is that the the confrontation did not happen just because of his race it happened because of the circumstances that he helped create by fighting against the police officers you know the bottom line is it he has not had no respect for authority of the police yeah but that's a shame happened but yeah this is this is it for me this one had nothing to do with the with his race it had everything to do with with the fact that he was he was drunk behind the wheel that car allegedly that's that that was the issue of this notice that's just the way it is but thanks very much enjoy yourself and really appreciate that thank you Rick let's go to Richmond now George on the Frank Beckman show thanks for holding Sir you're on the air good morning morning Frank yeah I I just calling because I'm tired of the stories white privilege I don't understand that Armonk sixty five year old white male I worked as a farmer if you kids working out as over the road truck driver number twenty three and a half years in a foundry doing hard labor pay taxes I pay all my bills mortgages and everything word is that B. M. white privilege I wish that my my first job in radio was the in Alpena Michigan a place I'd never even been before I went up there accepted a job my first radio job for a hundred ten Bucks a week yeah that that was my white privilege right there that was my first radio job and then I worked my way up from there I kept trying to improve myself and get better jobs and luckily for me I was able to do that you know don't break the law argue more and have no problems with the police officers and you know respect people you respect down they'll respect you and just that's just getting out of control there is there a lot of common sense suggestions we can make for people that the that we hope the listen to Hey really appreciate the call thanks so much you have a governor Frank are you till really really do appreciate all of you who joined us on the show at eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven we've got news coming up at the bottom of the hour with the cave near so stay tuned for that on the other side will be will be checking in the the optimism of our state over over a recovery economically from all that we have seen happen to us that's been tracked by the by the McNear center up at Northwood university and Dr Tim Nash the senior vice president is going to be with us coming up on the show a little later on okay among our guests to stay tuned for that and we're also going to talk to David will the brother of Paul Wieland Lenovo I man who's now been sentenced to sixteen years in prison assist us then to be assessed by even secretary of state Mike Pompeo is now tweeting out calls for his release so good for him and we'll talk with David Wheeler and the brother of Paul coming up on the show stay tuned given the pier you're next up the first on the Frank Beckman show good morning good morning how are you right very very well thank you appreciate it nice to have you on the show thank you you know I just wanted to comment that I grew up with a single mom and that's all I understand that well you know the white privilege thing bothered me for a long time but I have a friend who has an adopted son but colored collared man and I do understand that black black man the guy who I want to make sure that we say it correct yeah yeah it could have been upset over yep and so he is a college student and he gets pulled over on his way home from work E. five or six times a month really here and look here not for speeding or anything else and so what now when I think about white privilege I think about my two sons were the same age and that never happened yeah this this person you know that you're referring to what one when he gets pulled over what to the officers say to him ET sometimes they ask him to go to the car yes following I mean look here isn't exactly a you would have thought of black neighborhoods but you know it's a pretty wide area get rid of the problem here what you are I do I never thought of it that way until.

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07:20 min | 4 months ago

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"Joined by the president of Northwood university Catholic Donald from Midland forty nine students in classes right now it it what strikes me about the that that number that you mentioned force president Donald is what about the faculty what what what kind of engagement to they have is it are most of them doing online classes in which students or what yeah what's being done yeah that's right so the of the forty nine Frank those are all the students who are still on our campus in but even though students are are taking all of their courses online so just all every single one of our faculty over a very short amount of time took their content connected with our curriculum designers and I. T. designers and and they moved all of the content that they would typically deliver in the classroom and put it on to in an online format so a one hundred percent of all of our students are taking the courses online I'm one hundred percent of our faculty are delivering those course that course content online but the the few people that are still are on campus are still in residence and they they needed a place to to be safe they're isolated and they're they're they're a great group and and they're looking forward to the end of the semester preservation and all of those business professors that you have working for you at Northwood led by Dr Tim Nash I I I just wonder what they're telling you and telling students about the economic recovery from the CV nineteen outbreak which has been severe so far yeah we we've had some fascinating conversations both that for first of all I think everyone can agree that we're going to get hit hard word the unemployment rate is significant right now the question is how are we going to respond so the first thing that that pleased about is that just the nature of what happens on on our our campus that you and many of your listeners know that we just take a different approach to what business education should be at what a university should be and were clear and unequivocal off our belief that the best markets are those that are are led by free enterprise so people are quite surprised when they hear that thirty five up almost thirty five percent of our graduates already own their own company so it's hard wired into the way we deliver our programming the tech faculty we attract their experience in industry and and we believe that the American economy the global economy works best by people understanding that in this let me know in this particular time the government role this is so important and and quite frankly I'm so impressed by the by the the state and the federal government how they're navigating this it's it's must be tremendously difficult however our view is that in the long run or even in the medium term the economy must rebound by entre by entrepreneurs who are people who are looking for new opportunities who are able to meet market demands and not rely solely on government so we have thousands of those people already in in the market who have graduated and and the type of learning here whether it be online or in our Richard device graduate school or undergraduate programs that's the type of education we provide here and that more than ever I think it's it's critically important and relevant and so what we we expect our students and our graduates to make a difference in in supporting the this rebound that just has to happen really quickly for the good of all of us indeed no Northwood dot EDU is a website if you are interested in learning a lot more of what the president McDonald is talking about final a topic I I just would like to broach with you because for those who do not know can't McDonald is from a Canada he may action that briefly earlier we've talked to him about growing up there before at what what are you hearing from your from your homeland at this time how how badly are they suffering from the CV nineteen outbreak and what is their economy doing up there as well president Mikhail yeah so everyone is is worried the same in the same measures have been put in place in terms of distancing I think in fairness the projections on where this is going to spend more transparent him in America that's a debate that is going on in in Canada right now I know that the heroes in all of this are the the truck drivers in the grocery store workers and the health care providers and that that's the same up in Canada hi people are just aware that this is a different time you know when sars hit that believe there were forty three fatalities and in that the Toronto region back in two thousand and three that was very local and and isolated but to see every province you know being shut down just like almost every state has been shut down they're going through the same thing they fear for the economy they they fear for work but fundamentally I think that they're mostly concerned about the health of their loved ones and and and then I'll just say this Frank look at happened here Midland we we have been impacted as of today I believe there have been sixteen cases but it's not lost on us up here that that's not the situation where you are and and our our thoughts and prayers are with the with the people in southern Michigan particularly that broader Detroit region and it they're going through really a difficult time and and we wish them the best of the I I really appreciate that on behalf of everyone that is really kind and thoughtful of you at this time facing your own issues and yet still concerned about others as well we we expect nothing less from people of north with though you know that president Donald and it's it's just such a it's so uplifting to hear you say that about about us here and and express that concern about all of us down here as well thank you so much this you know what the bottom line is this too shall pass when we do start or come back I got a hunch we're gonna come back stronger than ever in this country I I believe it to be true that that is the the history of the country it's a history of its commitment to free enterprise it's the history of just rising up in overcoming challenges and and and we well we just need to be safe and healthy until that happens and then we'll look back you know one day and just shake your head and say that was a tragedy that was incredible but look at where we are now and and again I think Northwood will play a small humble role in that and and but as you say it will come to pass him and we'll move on to be stronger for it the end date may be stronger than ever here this may inspire more people to begin their own businesses and not work for someone else and that's what you're all about up there so you know in the long run I'm not trying to say that the virus was good for someone.

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Car fire cleanup has traffic backed up for a mile and a half on your phone to seventy five headed past Eureka road I'm John Bailey W. J. R. traffic and weather for we get into the push a son John ray through mid day and this afternoon a gorgeous afternoon and Friday evening eighty five but I mainly clear sixty one M. all the same over the weekend just few clouds hard to be in the middle eighties overnight lows in the mid sixties from the weather channel meteorologist restated on the stock seven sixty WJR the Frank Beckman show news talk seven sixty WJAR you know when you look at some of the presentation slides that will be that will be shown up at the bay harbor tomorrow by Dr Tim Nash north would they're staggering the one that stands out to me was a slide that the the points out the national debt one past presidents have left office when Ronald Reagan left office the national debt was two point seven trillion dollars George Herbert Walker bush it was four point one nine billion when he left office when president Clinton left office five point seven three billion dollars when George Herbert Walker a George W. bush I should say it left office it nearly doubled ten point five two trillion dollars and then it nearly doubled again under Barack Obama's eight years to over nineteen trillion and despite the successes that president trump has had with the economy never the less the the deficit is below under twenty two trillion dollars here is we near the end of his first term in office a gentleman I'd I'd like to get your take on why this is so difficult for Washington to grasp that this is unsustainable economics.

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06:46 min | 1 year ago

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"To help those who like Kelly who is a quadriplegic I have suffered a paralyzing spinal injuries and she looks to raise money to help the cause of those including soldiers who were who have been wounded and who have lost mobility their arms and their legs maybe through the whole body and she just does a marvelous job of this tournament she is she's absolutely tireless and remember she she is a quadriplegic she suffered a diving accident about a dozen years ago and started this charity to try to try to make life easier for people who have suffered a similar injuries to the ones that she did and she's just done a remarkable job I can't be awake to be with Kaylee again tomorrow for her German I I play in the German but then my biggest role really is as an honorary member of the board I also am see the dinner and we have a lot of live auction items and we've got one tomorrow you guys listen to this you ready for this rich and Chris I got your full attention yeah I might have to bid on this myself it is an E. foil ever of any foil no N. E. foil is an electric surfboard why I'm not getting electric surfboard and you you get out on the water and I'm just telling the electricity and water weren't supposed to mix well they do a few protests properly come on you know the the mean of what will make it work that's really cold I might have to bring that home yeah but the that'll be one of the great items and the for all of you getting up early today to this afternoon I should say to be a part of the the festivities in the pre tournament gathering at the pong cells in Charlotte boys you might be joined by a by a very special guest tonight and no it's not me Papa myself up but have a good time and I will see you up there tomorrow is all I can all I can tell you a little further away from Charlotte boy up at the the bay harbor resort the fabulous bay harbor resort for the thirteenth consecutive year Northwood university is holding a symposium tomorrow on the economy and this this is been going on just like Kelly secure for paralysis has been going on for more than a dozen years now Dr Tim Nash's senior vice president director the McNair center for the advancement of free enterprise and entrepreneurship at Northwood is going to headline the event and he joins us on the other end of our live with another special guest that I'll introduce in just a moment but Dr Nash first of all congrats on on the long run at bay harbor this is this is something I know there's been close to your heart for a long time and it's been a huge success well good morning good morning doctor back man and you're right the thirteenth annual symposium it is going to be a real home run it's dealing with state economy is and how do you make any comments more you restaurant certainly there's been a lot of good things happening in Michigan Frank and embattled sports you presenting with Johnson Williams from Alec but I would also Frank like to say is that please count cannon I ends for five hundred dollars for QB's event tomorrow no god bless you that's the other so kind of you I I can begin to tell you how much I appreciate it and I will I will note that and and mention it first thing tomorrow when when I get up there and and we start the auction tomorrow night it's going to be gonna be marvelous so I will write you down and I sure appreciate that that so kind of you if your your guest up there this year Jonathan Williams the chief economist vice president for the center for state fiscal reform at Alec the American legislative exchange council will also be presenting and Jonathan we welcome you into the program as well welcome you have to to Michigan once again you know Michigan so well because you're in a lot of north would that's right well thanks for having me back Frank and I bring you greetings from the land of make believe in Washington eight eight it's great to be coming back hello the mission and it started to be part of this and that talking about how to make it a condom use great again one one of the free market principles that work across each fifty laboratories of democracy that we have well and somehow we continue to make it worked only because I was looking at some of the numbers that that Dr Nash has assembled for his slide presentation and he he goes over the national debt and and the amount of money that would that we all and one Donald trump's the four years is for four years in office if he wins reelection they'll have more but it's it's it's now up at around twenty two trillion dollars and this was something I thought that Washington was going to tackle Dr Nash and it really hasn't no Frankie has not in and one of the great some terrorists insist forty nine out of fifty states have a balanced budget amendment on Sunday to handle yes you're going and watch we cannot and don't change okay so you're spawned in the the fact of the matter remains one of the things will dispense instead we need to talk find okay all about inspection among men in Washington Jennifer Williams there any hope for really getting that in Washington well tell you what it's gonna take a concerted effort over I think the multi year period but what hello Frank the problem that we over them about what we don't pack up with that record actress yeah box before giving up there with you straight importantly for the American economy but you know we've seen a huge run up in growth of spending reminds me of the great promise all the economists who said the first law of economics and we have a scarcity of resources but the first law of politics it's with nor the first law of economics and that's where we're into some real problems right then do you do will continue the conversation take a look at some specifics of this with our guests doctor Kim Nash for north would and the north little long who is the chief economist with the center for state fiscal reform at the American legislative exchange council Jonathan Williams here on the Frank Beckman choking before your pox your basement floors.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

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"M. five between I two seventy five in middle belt both tomorrow night until early Monday morning I'm John Bailey W. J. R. traffic and weather first WJR traffic is sponsored by IBT W. local fifty eight in the national electrical contractors association veca put the expertise and skill of IBEW like Christians and Nika signatory contractors to work for your commercial public industrial or residential construction project learn more power in Michigan future dot com the best contractors the best electricians period the bush now but if west flowing dryer rare settling in most of us that are about ninety yesterday today eighty six class mixing with sunshine tonight some clouds are very nice sixty two degrees of Aries in the fifties open up the windows for that mostly sunny tomorrow with a high near eighty two from the weather channel I mean you're all just restated on newstalk seven sixty WJAR the Frank Beckman show news talk seven sixty WJR you may have heard me in the past talk about Ludvig von Mises he is one of the original free market thinkers in the world of economics you from Austria and he he was very influential on a number of of people who have had key roles in talking about the economy in our nation not the least of which is Milton Friedman among others up at Northwood university Dr Tim Nash is a fan of on me sis but anyway there was a five million dollar gift to to Hillsdale college or the university of Missouri and it it's an endowment from a deceased Missouri alarm and Hillsdale college claims it's not being spent properly.

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05:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Now from the Chevrolet display. Here's frank. What a pleasure to welcome back into the program. A gentleman who has been a friend for a long time senior vice president director of the McNair center for the advancement of free enterprise at Northwood University, our friend, Dr Tim Nash on the other end of our line because he oversees he overseas a lot of what the young people at northwood are learning right down here at Cobo at the auto show. Northwards got a big footprint here with giving their students more background on a career in automotive. Now, we know that they do much more than that than teach automotive at northwood, it's a full service business school. But this is this is where a lot of the auto dealers got their start that went to college northwood, and then went on to successful careers that are still ongoing the students at northwood come down and study here and are given first hand knowledge of just how things work. The auto industry, and Dr Tim Nashes. I know so proud from our previous conversations of all of these young people who take part in the program here. And I know they they reciprocate the feeling because they're appreciative of the things that they get to learn and the experience they get firsthand Dr national it's really really something to see good morning to you. While good morning to you. Dr Beckham pleasure to be with you. And you're absolutely right. Frank be our students benefit in many ways regarding the North American International auto show, our student serve as volunteers in setting up a booth and certainly in in terms of different types of presentations that different automobile companies in supply vendors, do they attend a lot of the workshops certainly things around the Detroit economic club's presentations. And so our, you know, when when you think about the fact that the Detroit auto show, the North American International auto show was one of the first auto shows in the history of the United States that it goes back to a time in early nineteen hundreds we were selling eight thousand automobiles in the United States and had less than two hundred miles of paved roads. And now you think about the millions of. Of miles of paved roads, the fact that we were in the final numbers come in. We probably sold again over seventeen million vehicles in the United States in twenty eighteen it is such a vibrant in vital part of our economy, the automobile industry and our students not just throw out a motive marketing and automotive aftermarket programs. But other majors get firsthand experience in that mentoring by corporate leaders at the North American International auto show, and it and it makes our program in our curriculums very unique. And in very hands on see I thought you were going to say when you got into that roads thing a moment ago that we had two hundred miles of paved roads back then in nineteen hundred and we still only have two hundred miles of solidly paved roads. I will let the governor of the state house instead of with that one. I hear you just kidding just kidding. But you know, what I think about what you just said about the hands on experience at these young people get when they come down to Kobo and see every facet of the auto industry. And I think back to what led me into a radio career in high school getting hands on experience being able to to broadcast in different places. And learn just exactly how it's done, and and that is applicable to just about every industry and to see it done with with young people who want to study auto at go into that career. My goodness. You cannot get better training than that. No, no, Frank. You're absolutely right. And that combination of the theoretical and the practical is what I believe all education from grade school to junior high to high school the university and beyond should be all about. That's that's that is real education. It absolutely is. And we also know that theory oftentimes has proven to be correct. But many times it's proven not to be correct. Or at least a portion of it is not correct. And it's the practical application, it's the market test. It's going out there and trying to prove something or get consumers to buy it. That'll that'll let allows you to understand whether or not you're producing a good product a good service at the right price. Well, there's there's a whole lot of news breaking as well in the auto industry. You know, this show be the last one that we're going to have in the wintertime. It's going to be interesting next year to see the difference as we move to a June show. And I I'm looking forward to it for one. I think it's going to be a great success. Tell you Franken it it's gonna it's going to have many advantages, certainly when you look at being able to showcase the city of Detroit being able to do a lot of and drives being able to have many additional venues spread throughout the city. It it certainly has the promise to be one of the great shows as it currently is right now, I think the real problem is there are so many auto shows in the world that center around the end of a of a calendar year in the beginning of another county air that I think you're right. I think that this could give Detroit that unique timing for a show that no other venue around the world has all right? Dr Nash if you would hang right there. We'll come right back more with one of the leading auto analysts in our state, Dr Tim Nash from north. We are.

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03:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Of twenty one we were paying twenty five percent interest on our long term debt. So so let business and had to look around to start something else and sports enough to start a company that was very successful Kojin technologies. And which is basically cogeneration is energy conservation measure where you take one energy and produced to useful energies from that one fuel. And so I did that started that and early eighties and and sold it end of nineties to Enron while they still had money. While they were still existence. So so how how did you become affiliated with northwood? Well, I've I was chairman of the free Enterprise Institute here in Houston for I don't know ten or fifteen years, and Tim Nash has come down as a as a guest in spoken at our meetings on a frequent basis and has always done an outstanding job. And and so that's really how became aware of of northwood. It was it was through town. So there you have the story from the lips of Bob McNair in an interview on our show with Dr Tim Nash of northwood back in two thousand fifteen October of twenty fifteen he died the day after thanksgiving litter philanthropist. He brought the Houston Texans. He may bought the team and brought them back to Houston after you know, the the previous team had had folded up the Oilers and moved down to Tennessee in Bob McNair, brought pro football back to Houston by buying the. Team and outbidding Los Angeles for that. Right. But that was just part of what he did the five hundred million dollars that he's given the various charities during his life. This is huge. He gave a hundred million dollars to the Baylor College school of medicine a hundred million dollars to the Baylor College school of medicine, that's the kind of guy bopping there was and he gave a charities frequently. He was a billionaire, and but he believed in helping others, and and helping them get on their own feet and succeed by themselves because well, quite frankly, when we talked to him in October of two thousand fifteen it was around the time that Barack Obama the president made this comment. There's there's thought even about. Did you know that? Well, you didn't make it on your own. You know, we did it for you. Well, everybody has people helping them. Yes. No question about it. But the people who went out to the risk worthy entrepreneurs. Here's here's my question. If he did it for you. I didn't do it for everybody. Yeah. It's. You know? It's just an unbelievable kind of statement. And I'm sorry. We that was my fault. I thought we had the Obama cut your remember those very famous at the time you didn't build. This was his statement. Will you heard the story of Bob McNair, businesses success going to Houston was seven hundred dollars in his pocket to start a business, and he turned into a billionaire, and you wanna tell me the government did it. Now, they didn't know they didn't Bob McNair did individuals all across America. Do it all the time. And everyone has got that opportunity. What a great man what a great example for us. All Bob McNair, the owner of the Houston Texans dead at the age of eighty one after a long battle with skin cancer. And he will definitely be missed in Houston, and in many other places around the country, including right here in Michigan at northwood lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've. Reconnected one of the more impulsive products and a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..

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06:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr tim nash" Discussed on WJR 760

"Not because the lions were not playing enough because they lost on Thanksgiving Day to the bears. But it was a sad weekend because the NFL lost one of its its most shining stars the owner of the Houston Texans a man named Bob McNair. Now, why are we paying so much attention to this here on WJR in Detroit? He's had nothing to do with the lions or anything else he Houston Texans. But Bob McNair was one of the biggest hearted men in the NFL and in the business world and the education world and in our country. In fact, he was the man who met with Dr Tim Nash, Northwood University and decided to open up the McNair center for advancement of free enterprise at northwood in the middle of Michigan. Dr Tim Nash, the senior vice president director of that McNair center is on the other end of our line this morning. Good morning to you and my condolences on the loss of your dear. Your friend, Bob McNair. Well, Dr back men, so it's a pleasure to talk with you. And in you, only you can Lawton individual at a level. He deserves by one of this country's great human beings. I know he he enjoyed the times on your show and thought very highly of you and in your program, while they're very kind of you to say I could never match what he did. However, you look back in in two thousand and two he's the man who brought football back to Houston when he outbid Los Angeles for the NFL's thirty second franchise, and he's made that a very very competitive team. But his influence in the community goes beyond just owning the Houston Texans. You look at when hurricane Harvey hit Houston. We remember that in two thousand seventeen when the rains fell for days and days and days and days seemed, but it's never gonna stop. There was horrible horrible loss of of individual goods. He donated three million dollars to the United way of greater Houston. And for the relief efforts and is fourth exhibition game was moved to Arlington and then canceled. Limit narrow family made another donation equal to the money that would have been generated from ticket sales to address the immediate needs of those impacted by the flooding and devastation, and you look at those and you just go man what a what a guy, but he went even further than that. I wait till you hear the story my friends that Dr Tim Nash has to tell about what Bob McNair did after that horrible shooting at the black church in South Carolina where that young gunman. White gunman went in and killed. I think it was nine people at the time and Bob McNair took note of that it was in South Carolina. But he took note of it in Houston, and Tim Nash. What did he do? Well, you know, Frank, Bob. A son of North Carolina. He attended the university of South Carolina and. Adapted that home state and his wife Janet's is home state, and it's just been near and dear to Bob for a long time. But unbeknownst to anybody he literally called up the pastor of the church and didn't want any publicity, and he paid for all the funerals of those victims. And then you took him he and themselves and his bride and players that played at Clemson, South Carolina that are on the Texans. They all went down after the tragedy and met with the pastor and some of the victims families, and you know, and that's just kinda guy Babol has always been he's he's a standup human being that literally loved people. Bob never saw colored never saw the never saw income levels. You always just song human beings as people that had great potential, and he tried to help people improve themselves and communities anytime you had a chance. Well, and that far overshadows the little bit of controversy that he he brought in when he said about the players kneeling for the national anthem. He said the inmates are running the asylum basically and everybody took offense at that. But you look at the bigger picture. Okay. He was he was trying to be illustrative there and nothing more. But this is this is one of the great men as I said, even big for education, and we talked at the time when he made the donation to Northwood University, and when we had him on the air with you, Dr dash about the commitment that he made let's talk about that in some detail about the McNair center. Well, you bet. Person that I've known for for more than thirty years. Yeah. I joke around. I I I knew Bob when he was just a millionaire, but. You just plugging the electrical plugs into the socket and not only in the company. Yeah. Yeah. You know, he was on the board of a little foundation called the free Enterprise Institute in Houston, Texas, and I was privileged to to speak their to high school. Teachers every summer when they did an annual seminar for high school teachers, and so I've known Bob for a long time. And then as you know, our president keeps pretty played a year for the Green Bay Packers. And. That's a great passion for athletics. And the two of us have a great passion for free enterprise. And so we we started to go down to some of the Texas games. And and Bob always welcomed the preseason the Nashes in a warm way. And as the Janice and. And. We started having conversations about how we need it. A think tank in Michigan that? Would promote studies that will help improve the state and help improve the country and after a couple of years though. In fact, we were at a game in Cleveland, Ohio. It was a night game. And. And we were leaving the box the Texans had one and Bob told us that he would be sending us five million dollars to start the McNair center for the advancement of free enterprise and entrepreneurship, and and we began the the center in the fall of twenty fifteen and that volume was actually on your show for the first time. Well, it was and we're going to relive part of that discussion with Bob McNair when we come back after the break here on the Frank Beckmann. 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04:15 min | 1 year ago

"dr tim nash" Discussed on WJR 760

"Into the news with dick Haefner, Richard. We mentioned yesterday that we take an interview with Dr Tim Nash at Northwood University who was friends with Bob McNair, the owner of the Houston Texans. One of America's great businessmen philanthropists community members. All you can say we're going to remember him after his passing over the weekend coming up following your news. So right now, Richard all your. Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner, General Motors decision to lay off fourteen thousand workers has rocked the communities that surround for the five plants. The GM is saying it plans to close. None more so than Lordstown Ohio, the sprawling plant their correspondent, Christina Alessi reports the shutdown of that assembly. Plant would have a wide ranging ripple shock effect is a big blow to the local economy, and everyone we spoke to from the mayor to the small business owners to the union leaders say it's not just about the fifteen hundred jobs possibly impacted here. But it's about the ripple effect Wall Street approved the actions cost-cutting measures that will save the auto makers six billion dollars. Plus, but union and political leaders have condemned the moves the UAW and the uniform union and Canada promised to confront GM and fight those cutbacks. Three US service. Members have been killed in Afghanistan today near the city of. Ganzi? It's a bomb blast. Correspondent Barbara Starr reports it shows the escalating danger as she read a statement from the general's spokesman the general who runs the command in that region. Any time we fly over hostile terrain. We carry carbines we'd like to be prepared in case the helicopter has to set down. That is no small statement that this general these troops are facing this kind of dangerous still in Afghanistan every day for the last seventeen years. Jim Roope reports. The Mexican government is calling for an investigation into the tactics tactics used by the US ice people against the migrants who rushed the southwest border on Sunday, the decision to use tear gas to repel hundreds of migrants who rushed the border tried to tear down fencing and enter the US has been sharply criticized customs and border protection officials say it was necessary. As agents were outnumbered rocks and other things were being thrown at them. Mexico's foreign ministry is asking for a full investigation into what it calls nonlethal weapons directed toward Mexican territory. I'll high does drug smuggling go in Latin American countries, well, the brother of the president of Honduras, one Hernandez was arrested on charges of trafficking, cocaine weapons and other charges. According to the US department of Justice authorities what the DA arrested Antonio Hernandez Alvarado also known as Tony Hernandez in Miami. He's being prosecuted in New York Hernandez is also a former member of the National Congress of Honduras special counsel, Robert Muller, accusing the former Trump campaign boss, Paul Manafort, a violating his plea agreement by lying to federal investigators. Now, they're asking a judge to schedule a date for sentencing of Manafort plea deal is still stands, but the cooperation agreement under which the government had promised to encourage the judge show some leniency with that part of the deal is off an eleven year old boy is in critical condition after he was shot. While he was in a car parked outside of a party store in Pontiac Oakland County sheriff saying the boy was hit by gunfire that erupted during a fight between one of his relatives. And another man inside the party store the shooter. It was arrested on ex Detroit department manager has pleaded guilty to stealing from the poor. The former manager of the colony arms apartments on the east side facing a year and a half in prison for bribery. Prosecutors say that Nekia Redmond pocketed bribes ranging from one hundred bucks to five hundred dollars and admitted to taking money from poor people who were trying to move up on the waiting list for a public housing unit. Thirteen dogs were killed and more than two dozen dogs were rescued following a fire at a garage in west Michigan was being used as a kennel WJR news time. Message and data rates may apply..

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07:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr tim nash" Discussed on WJR 760

"WJR, Dr Tim Nash with us the vice president at Northwood University. You know, the economist he's been with us so many times on the show, and we're happy to have him back. Because today a northwood has released its Michigan chamber of commerce economic competitiveness study. And we've been going over some of the numbers of where Michigan ranks and overall. It's not bad. In fact, if if I was Rick Snyder right now, and I was writing I was writing a summary of my time in office. I'd be citing your numbers for Tim and saying you see we did it, right? We turn this around. I don't think there's any doubt Frank. There's a lot of. I'm very good things to say about the state of Michigan and governor Snyder and the state house in the state Senate has done a model job and should be looked at that way by the entire country. I mean, do you think about we we've been friends in and I've been honored to be on your show for a number of years now and Frank you go back to say two thousand nine during the great recession. Well, Michigan's unemployment rate was fifteen point three percent. The national unemployment rate was nine percent as of September last data out on unemployment in the state of Michigan. The Michigan unemployment rate is down to four percent. And the national unemployment rate is three point seven percent. So we have gone from by far and away the highest unemployment rate in the country to almost on a par with the the US national unemployment rates and a lot of that again has to do with the policies of being much more friendly to business regulatory reform and tax reform. So when you hear that that businesses aren't paying enough and they've gotten too many tax breaks, and we need to take another look at that during the course of a political campaign, what conclusions can can we as as voters and taxpayers draw from those kind of comments. I just don't think that there's there's any doubt that business and individuals certainly paid their I share if you look at the the fact that if we're going to attract business. Whether it be in Michigan county in Michigan or to the United States one has to compete a based on a tax system that's going to spur invention innovation job creation. And right now, there's not enough credit being given the tax cuts in a number of different areas. In the state of Michigan tax cuts have been key to growing the economy. The tax cuts at the national level have made the US a lot more competitive versus the rest of the world. We're no longer there the highest tax country in the industrialized world with the tax cuts of twenty seventeen. So the the fact of the matter is rich people pay the vast majority of income taxes the top ten percent of tax payers pay about seventy percent of all of the the income tax at the personal level and corporation. In the United States pay a disproportionately high amount of taxes versus the rest of the world. And and we're not just competing at home. We're competing in global economy. So I think that it's something I respectfully disagree with we need to look at lowering taxes, not raising taxes. So what happens now, Dr Nash with with your report, and what does the chamber do with it? Where do we go from here? Well, the chamber uses it to take a look at the the state of the economy, and and what we need to do better and more efficiently. I'm sure we will testify again before the state house and state Senate. We were honored that one of the things that came out of our first study was that the Michigan state house and state Senate created a competitiveness committee based on the the study, and so we we have the privilege usually every year of meeting with the house and last year, we met earlier this year, we met with the state house and state Senate and just presented the data and answered a lot of questions on what the state could do to be more competitive. And I think again, the governor and the state house and Senate have have done a lot of very positive things to to improve the the economy. Yeah, you're the one one thing that that is remains part of our recommendations section of the study Frank. Is that we have now been saying for seven years at Michigan needs to figure out ways to do to to improve the roads and the infrastructure in Michigan and simultaneously something that's been wearing for seven. Studies in a row is that Michigan has the highest automobile insurance costs in the country. And it's not even close. If you look at the chart Michigan is is almost double the it is double the national average. And it's almost a thousand dollars higher than the next highest state when you're looking at automobile insurance on average per car per year. Yeah. You get into a test the area there in how much government should be involved in setting prices in the private sector. But since we're requiring that everybody carry that insurance. It is governments business how much is being charged out there in the private sector. Well, and and let's face it. They'll hit a big part of it is that the government regulates a long-term catastrophic care in a way that is unique to Michigan versus the other the other forty nine states. And that's the the main reason why there's a very large difference in your study the data that we we put together looking at a number of different studies on an automobile insurance, Ohio's number fifty. So we ought to send the task force down to Columbus. And look at why is automobile insurance so much lower than it is in Michigan. I take a simple approach to this too. There's a twenty billion dollar or. So that's rough figure catastrophic claims fund that money gets invested. Somebody is making money off that prophet, and it ain't us. So. Yeah. Thanks very much. Dr Nash, thanks so much people can find it online. The whole report the whole the whole report is online at our McNair center's website, and it will shortly be up at the chamber of commerce website as well Frank. It's always a pleasure being with you. Thank you same here. 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06:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr tim nash" Discussed on WJR 760

"Sixty WJR You're. Hearing the Frank Beckmann show news talk seven sixty WJR Dr pays pretty the. President at, Northwood University also the CEO there along with Dr Tim nationalized senior vice president. And director of the McNair center at the school joining us they're going to be at bay. Harbor this week for a symposium on Saturday about the academy Bill Schutte is going to be joining, you the Republican candidate for governor and attorney general right now and I'm, sure he's going to have ears wide open to hear this but he's. Very, familiar with the school to having hailed, from. That area well Bill grew up right here in Midland Michigan he was a member of congress. Representing this area member of the state Senate representing this area a judge in. The court of appeals representing our state and our attorney general. He's well known and well thought of, here, in mid Michigan Has an honorary degree from. Northwood University also and so we're we're someone that really believes Bill believes in our philosophy a free markets and free enterprise so it. Should be great symposium on Saturday morning at ten AM at the bay harbor yacht club so. I have to, call him Dr as well You do Frank he has the same honorary degree that you do a doctor of laws only he's. Got the real law degree of back it up Just a make believe lawyer on the radio you know He he he, also announced his running mate this morning and our ago. Lisa Posthumus Lyons from the west side of the state the daughter of dick Posthumus former. Lieutenant governor What, what knowledge do you have what can you share with us about. About, Lisa, Posthumus Lyons and her selection after Candace Miller was rumored to, be the number one choice well Lisa Posthumus Lyons is, an excellent choice for for Bill Schutte balances Him in terms of philosophy. In terms of you know regionalism in, our state. She's very articulate very very smart she comes from a strong political background as you mentioned with her father being the former Lieutenant governor the state I'd known Lisa since she, was a little child, I knew she and her parents very very well and I think she's? An, excellent choice for Bill Schutte and Dr. Nash the impact of a Lieutenant? Governor besides the the obvious in in an election itself at the polls but in the. Job how how important is Lieutenant governor to the. Top, person in the state well I think that that keeps point Frank Governor has to be the the eyes and ears, of the governor, oftentimes performs, functions when the governor, isn't available but, I, would also. Argue that that individual must keep the. Governor anchored in provide descent when needed as it relates to, key issues as we can see in the last year there. Have been a number of challenges if, you look. At the eight years of governor Snyder a number of difficult times in the town governor has to make certain that the the office in the position is wealthier and and, certainly provided with contrary, opinion when necessary and that that viewpoint might have cost Brian Kelly as? You, look at it during the the primary You're you're. You're absolutely right it it may have yeah because Flint water etcetera etcetera you know that reflects on him too and so but Bill Schutte you know as I said you you fellas know him very very well what will he, be speaking at the symposium on on Saturday at bay harbor he will be speaking at the symposium Ten AM Saturday. Morning at Bairbre yacht club and. He will, be the keynote speaker at our, twelve. Faneuil symposium, and it'll be he. And Dr Nash. Presenting, on the future, of, our. Michigan and and national economy what Dr. Nast you, got your work cut out, being on the, podium, next to somebody who is, running for. The top office in the state you may not get the Mike you know, I'm honored to be his wing man I hear you You know the the balancing point for for both of you is your proud to. Have him, there you know he's a. Candidate for governor you don't want, this to political but you want to also focus on on the economy of the state and what people can. Do for it Yeah that'd be great information I you know this is the, twelfth year we've, done this events we've had a variety of speakers. On a variety of issues healthcare. In different aspects of the. Economy and. We've always had Dr Nash there to balance with all of his research and statistics where the economy is both locally within, the state. Of Michigan the entire state the Great. Lakes region and then nationally, and internationally so it's it's a great symposium attendees will learn a lot all right can people, still sign up for it if, they want to make the truck up to bay harbor for a nice weekend we do they're going. To be, in that region we have. Some seats available so they should, just come to the bay harbor yacht club at ten AM on Saturday morning just show up and they'll take The rest make room for okay and just tell him you know Dr Nash, that's all you got to say Dr Kate pretty. Thank you always great to, catch. Up with. You and. Dr Tim Nash pleasure against. Sir. Thank you so much, great to, be with, you Frank take care bye bye Get ready to. Welcome, enjoy an afternoon a t. fall tastings new friends live, jazz and engaging speakers at Saint Ann's meet on Wednesday September fifth, it's all part of Hello September at Saint Ann's Mead conveniently located on twelve mile just west of greenfield. In Southfield.

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06:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr tim nash" Discussed on WJR 760

"Favorite people admit Michigan but at the top of the, list or a couple of doctors at Northwood University the president of northwood Dr Keith pretty on the other end. Of our, line. Duct, pretty good morning to you good morning Dr Frank we sure. Appreciate, the opportunity. To be. With you this morning well thank you appreciate that and senior vice president director of the McNair center for. The advancement of free enterprise and entrepreneurship at northwood you've. Heard, him on our show many, times before. Dr Tim. Nash back with us again Dr Nash good morning My honor sir. Log, ashes to you my friend, long ashes. To you Ingredients to you thank you very. Much I appreciate that it's good to have you both. On the show, you've got a big weekend. Coming up at bay harbor this Saturday is is your annual economic symposium let's start with Dr pretty. On, on this and we'll be gathered there and the purpose of it, well the purpose of it is to share the philosophy. Of Northwood University our belief in free markets and free enterprise and entrepreneurship this is the twelfth year that. We've put this symposium on at at bay harbor in north west Michigan it's obviously a time of the year when when a lot of, our friends of the university, are up in that corner of the state enjoying our great natural resources and it's. An opportunity, for them to hear from from esteems professionals throughout the years last year we had former congressman Dave camp, talking, on his thoughts on. What tax, reform might look like And it was amazing to. Me how everything being said. At that event came. True later that. Fall and so this year we we have our. Attorney general the state of Michigan Bill Schutte and Bill. Is is is going to talk about the. Economic of Michigan something that he obviously has a great interest in I would say so as if. He, is elected governor that that'll be number one on his list economic, future of Michigan but it sort of dovetails into something. Else that the doctor Nashes involved in and and that's the economic outlook for the state in the chamber. Study the Michigan chamber study which will be coming out officially at the end of September but you have your monthly economic outlook that has, been released and it's I, gotta tell you I read through it Dr nationally it's looking pretty good yeah I. Have to tell you the the US and the Michigan economy are literally firing on all cylinders the USC Economy has a very strong GDP growth if you look at the last four. Quarters it's over three percent, we're getting back to the. Strong average growth that we have, in the post World, War Two era in the US in Michigan Michigan, was in the top twenty in terms of GDP, growth last year in the top six in per capita GDP growth west you're a across the country, state by state and, so when you're looking at the Michigan economy there are a lot of very bright to go along with the US economy as we see these numbers those of us who, don't do this for a living like Docker nationally we hear. About economic growth over four percent and GDP growth being that high and, the second half of, two thousand seventeen seeing it grow. At three percent put. These, numbers in perspective for me well when we hear these numbers what do they actually mean in layman's. Terms well If you if you look at it Frank for Michigan is you and I've talked before the first decade of. The twenty first century many referred to as the lost decade and if you if you look at GDP growth, from two thousand, and two to two thousand ten Michigan average. Negative one percent growth we had literally lawn net, fifty thousand people and the the economy of the state of Michigan turned around. And is moving in a, dramatically improved position if you look at the national economy from the end. Of World War Two to the late two thousand nine the US economy average three point two five percent GDP growth from two thousand nine to two thousand. And sixteen we have just over one. Point, nine percent growth so we're, moving in the right direction both statewide and? Nationally And when you think about that four point one percent the last quarter over three percent for the. Last year and you compare that to an average of one point nine percent for the previous eight years what, we're saying is we are creating dramatically, more jobs better jobs companies are much more profitable and that's good not. Just for wages and bonuses certainly, over the long. Term but it's a lot of people, forget about this Frank It's so important for pension funds an. IRA when you think about how well the stock market, has done, the Dow Jones industrial average, was up almost, twenty four percent last year I, a little slower this year, but it's an annual page right now over five percent And Dr pretty these are. Things, that. Are discussed quite regularly in the classrooms at northwood as well and and they vote well for those who are studying at your various campuses, for for the future and, and the creation of new businesses and go out in the. Market and seek jobs right well. Absolutely Franken mean we have a a. Small percentage of our students that are studying true economics under Dr Nash and are going to become economists. And they're very excellent students but all of our students are going to be business leaders they're going to be running businesses they're going to create their own businesses they need to know and understand the macro trends drive the economy and win invest how to invest effectively and and this kind of information is regularly shared in our classroom that actually the purpose of the. McNair center. Is share economic data with our, students and to have them see the direct relationship between Economic growth and entrepreneurship all right a quick break here in our symposium on economics on the Frank Beckmann show with doctors Keith pretty Tim Nash from northwood and then we'll continue in a moment Message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country? Might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were, a business, degree,.

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02:32 min | 2 years ago

"dr tim nash" Discussed on WJR 760

"The the senior vice president for strategic corporate alliances director of the mcnair center for the advancement of free enterprise and entrepreneurship tucked tim nash two y how put together a economic competitiveness study involving the state of michigan uh you know about northwood because we talk about the monitor show we broadcast from there uh the great clients of ours and we were so impressed with all the work they do and no so many of the graduates from there uh who go on to uh to business careers uh throughout our area but they put out there ceconomic competitive this study of virtually every year it analyzes the michigan economy compares it to what the global economy looks like what the national economy looks like and day gives a sketch of a snapshot of uh of where we are in our own economic recovery here in our state since the ah the lost ten years uh the uh the managers mentioned you dr tim nash joining us on the other end of our line this morning good area back how are you good to be back i'm good dr nash the the good news overall is that our our ranking as a as a state is competitive with others keeps going up doesn't it if if you remember we were shocked when we really studying two thousand nine that looked at the uh from from 1998 uh two thousand twelve by all of the am and over that period of time michigan ranked forty seven out of fifty state and when you look at now i'm 1998 to two thousand seventeen using data all the first decade of uh of the twentyfirst century michigan moves from seven to twenty one in terms of economic competitiveness but i think would be even more important coming out of the great recession so from two thousand nine i get away the nine most competitive state in the country we're number six gdp grow i work number three and percapita income grow the deck foundation said we have these tax system for business the eight beth corporate income tax three michigan has done a tremendous amount and we're the last twenty years in certain certainly but last uh nine you're coming out of the great recession when when you are comparing the numbers you you mentioned some of the areas but the.

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02:44 min | 2 years ago

"dr tim nash" Discussed on WJR 760

"I am welcome back into our show the michigan chamber of commerce regularly counts on northwood university and uh uh uh uh uh uh the the senior vice president for strategic and corporate alliances director the mcnair center for the advancement of free enterprise and entrepreneurship to y how put together a unique onomic competitiveness study involving the state of michigan uh you know about northwood because we talk about the monarch georgia's from there uh the great clients of ours and uh we were so impressed with all the work they do and no so many of the graduates from there uh who go on to uh to business careers uh throughout our area but they put out there ceconomic petted study uh virtually analyzes an economy nibble economy looks like what the national guidelines and gives us kind of a snapshot of uh of where we are in our own economic recovery here in our state since the the lost ten years uh the uh the managers mentioned you dr tim nash joining us on the other end of our line this morning good to have your back how are you good to be back minority i am good overhaul is the uh uh king as abdul nitz competitive with others keeps going up doesn't it pires you remember we were shocked when we really is the first study in two thousand nine and that look at data from two from 1998 uh two two thousand twelve i apologize and in over that period of time near forty seven out of fifty state and when you look at now key ninety eight to two thousand seven key using all the data out the first decade of uh of the 20th century michigan moves from four seven to twenty one in terms of economic competitiveness was more important issue great perception so from two thousand nine i'm getting ranked the main most competitive stay in the country we're number six in gdp growth i work number three and percapita income role nationwide we have these guys tax system for group v eight best corporate income tax rate so michigan has done a tremendous amount over the last twenty years and certainly the last uh nine years coming out of the great recession uh we need you are comparing the numbers you you mentioned some of the.

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