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Economic Impact Analysis of Regulatory, Policy and Investment Changes

Comprehensive assessment of jobs and economic activity due to ongoing business operations or changes in market environments, policies, or infrastructure investments.
Do you need to demonstrate a positive jobs and economic impact? We provide comprehensive assessments that quantify and clearly articulate the economic ripple effect (on jobs, tax revenues, etc.) arising from changes to the status quo.
Private sector companies turn to us to assess shifts in their market environments or quantify their contribution to an economy. Public agencies and trade associations engage us to determine the impact of regulatory policy changes, fiscal spending realignments or proposed infrastructure projects. Global clients rely on us to deliver objective and defensible assessments that leverage our deep industry expertise, comprehensive economic databases and forecasts, and proven methodologies so they can:
  • Garner tax relief for major capital projects
  • Empower lobbying strategy
  • Attract foreign investment
  • Drive economic development plans
  • Validate large revenue decisions

Our Advantage

By engaging us, clients can expect to receive the following benefits:
  • Fact-based insight from an unbiased, independent source
  • Deep industry expertise and access to the largest collection of economic and financial data sets
  • Reliable intelligence from the most consistently accurate forecaster in the industry
  • Access to country analysts with knowledge of global regions’ histories, industrial profiles, and key decision-makers
  • Ability to strengthen your position during negotiations and make better planning decisions using both quantitative analysis and information on local stakeholder perspectives, preferences, and behaviors

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