Big Dilemma for Big Ten: COVID-19 in Four Big Ten Conference States

Two-wave model shows trajectory for Michigan, Minnesota, Indiana, and Wisconsin July 24, 2020–East Lansing, MI: The Midwest is home to some of the largest colleges and universities in the country. These institutions are grappling with the challenges of safely reopening in the fall, whether it be online or in-person. Among these choices are how to […]

Compensation Comparison for Oregon’s State Universities

The Service Employees International Union Local 503 (SEIU) is a public sector union that operates in Oregon. SEIU retained Anderson Economic Group to conduct a study comparing public sector higher education employee compensation with that in state and local government and nonprofit higher education in Oregon. We analyzed data from the University of Oregon’s job […]

America’s Urban Campus: The Economic, Social, and Cultural Contribution of Chicago’s Colleges and Universities

America’s Urban Campus (AUC) is a consortium of all major colleges and universities in the city of Chicago, including at the time of this report 22 institutions spanning from City Colleges to the School of the Art Institute to the University of Chicago. AUC retained Anderson Economic Group to analyze and provide a report on […]

Michigan’s research universities pump $18.7 billion into state economy

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Empowering Michigan: 11th Edition of the Economic Impact Report of Michigan’s University Research Corridor

 

Study delineates MTU's economic impact in Michigan

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New Study Traces University Impact on State Economy

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The Economic Impact of Michigan Technological University

 

HQ2 in Newark: K-12 and Postsecondary Education in New Jersey and New York Metro Area

 

Michigan research universities rank 3rd among peers for innovation

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