What would the loss be to the state if the Research Corridor universities (URC) left Michigan? Also benchmarks the URC’s economic contributions to the state in terms of jobs, earnings, economic development activities, and tax revenue.
Sallee, Rosaen, Anderson
An analysis of the net economic impact and economic benefits that Michigan State University (MSU) provides the State of Michigan
The University Research Corridor (URC) is an alliance of Michigan’s three largest academic institutions: Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, and Wayne State University. The purpose of this alliance is to accelerate economic development in Michigan by educating students, attracting talented workers to Michigan, supporting innovation, and encouraging the transfer of technology to the private sector.
The URC asked Anderson Economic Group to undertake a comprehensive study to quantify the economic impact of the Research Corridor universities’ activities on Michigan’s economy. The first annual report will answer the question: What would the loss be to the state if the Research Corridor universities left Michigan? The report will then measure and benchmark the URC’s economic contributions to the state in terms of jobs, earnings, economic development activities, and tax revenue.
This document is a preview to the first annual report and lays the foundation for the economic impact analysis in that report.
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This report reviews the likely effect of the proposed “K-16” initiated law, which will be Proposal 5 on Michigan’s election ballot on November 7, 2006. In this report we describe how each provision of the K-16 initiated law would change the School Aid Act. We then forecast, using assumptions based on historical data on Michigan’s economy, taxation, and expenditures, the cost impact that would likely result if the K-16 law is adopted and implemented. We also review a number of important Constitutional questions. We estimate that the additional cost of this proposal will be…
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Regardless of how much these baseball fans spend before, during, and after the games, it is a safe bet that the Detroit area economy has benefited from extra attendance at Tigers’ regular season games, and will further benefit from the playoff games. Our analysis concludes that..
Benchmarking for Success, one of three reports prepared for the MI House Of Representatives
Caroline Sallee, Alex Rosaen
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