New World Economics is an Arlington,VA economic consulting firm specializing in the manufacturing sector.

New World Economics, LLC is an Arlington, VA economic consulting firm that specializes in the manufacturing sector. We provide the insights and build the tools that our clients will need to successfully navigate the complexities of the global manufacturing landscape.

As a recognized specialist in the economics of manufacturing, founder and CEO Cliff Waldman has expertise in analyzing an often chaotic global picture. He has published research on the key drivers of structural evolution, from demographic and productivity shifts to new markets. His work has explored cutting-edge modeling and policy frameworks, such as clusters. He is continuously approached to study change-related issues in manufacturing.

New World Economics has four categories of services:

We offer two quarterly outlook reports:

The first report is a detailed forecast of total US manufacturing growth and the growth of US manufacturing subsectors. Our forecasts are generated with a proprietary New World Economics simulation tool.

The second report is a detailed analysis of the current global economic picture. This report covers the latest data and outlook for the major industrialized and emerging market economies.

Subscribers will benefit from a quarterly webinar in which a New World Economics economist will summarize insights from the latest reports and take participant questions.

We offer the speaking services of company principal Cliff Waldman, a seasoned economist, experienced public speaker, and host of two up-and-coming podcasts on manufacturing.

New World Economics offers a wide range of data-related services. We educate corporate decision-makers about the sources and uses of macroeconomic data. We also employ widely-accepted techniques to create new data and indicators. Examples of such techniques and projects include survey research, the development of leading indicators for sales forecasting and the construction of corporate productivity metrics.

We welcome project requests from corporate clients. Such requests can include research on the dynamics of industry sub-sectors and analysis of the impact of one or more government policies. We also welcome research requests from universities, government agencies at all levels and trade groups who need cutting-edge insights on the drivers, issues, and changes in US manufacturing.