Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences
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Bachelor of Science
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COVID-19 has caused massive ramifications on all parts of life in the world and industry growth/decline is not immune to it. This report will analyze nine different industries’ profit and revenue from quarterly data during the years 2009-2022. Forecast models will be generated using various methods and different techniques of validating to predict the values from Q2 2020- Q4 2022 based on historical data. After which, a comparison will be conducted between those predicted values to the actual average revenue and profit generated by order of greatest error percentage made. Thorough research will then be completed to determine if there were any internal or external implications to cause such a shift from historical to try and find the root cause to be COVID-19, if possible.
Dr. Mark Fridline
Dr. Mahesh Srinivasan
Dr. Nao Mimoto
Honors Faculty Advisor
Dr. Richard Einsporn
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Warthman, Emily G. and Landis, Charles J., "Impacts of COVID-19 on Industrial Growth in the United States" (2023). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 1677.
Applied Statistics Commons, Business Analytics Commons, Categorical Data Analysis Commons, E-Commerce Commons, Longitudinal Data Analysis and Time Series Commons, Multivariate Analysis Commons, Operations and Supply Chain Management Commons