An estimate of the economic impact stemming from attendance at 2007 Cubs’ playoff baseball games.
Sallee, Mahon, Joseph
Two working papers, one analyzing the business tax climate in Illinois, and the other summarizing the 2007-08 budget proposals up for consideration.
Geckil, Mahon, Anderson
Anderson Economic Group has developed methods of estimating the value of businesses that takes into account the unique characteristics of such businesses, such as the importance of the brand, the sales or market territory, and other factors.
Anderson, Geckil, Bolema
In this article, the authors use their practical experience in industries in which antitrust issues commonly arise, and their experience in estimating commercial damages in breach-of-contract cases, to examine the issue of properly identifying and estimating antitrust injury.
Anderson, Geckil, Funari
The income approach is a common and accepted manner of estimating the value of both publicly-traded and closely-held businesses, as well as calculating certain types of commercial damages. The most common method within this approach is known as “discounted cash flow” or DCF.
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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..
An estimate of the likely economic impacts that Super Bowl XL will have on the Metro Detroit area.
Patrick L. Anderson
An AEG working paper, presented by Patrick L. Anderson at the 2005 NAFE conference in Dublin, Ireland.
Patrick L. Anderson & Ilhan K. Geckil
An Analysis of the economic impacts of the four week shut down, organized by the PMA.
Valuations and damages for franchised businesses, disputes between franchisees and franchisors.