Economic Impact Studies

Economic Impact Studies to Prove Your Value

Chmura’s PhD economists will help you show your organization or event’s contribution to the local community.

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Empower Stakeholders With an Objective Study

1. Get an objective 3rd-party analysis from PhD economists who care

2. Know exactly who you’re working with

3. Understand the direct, indirect, and induced economic impact of your event, residential or commercial development, or organization

4. Communicate your value to the public or government

Are large consulting firms over-charging you for economic impact studies?

Our PhD economists care. We’ll give you the service and quality research you deserve.

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Stop Overpaying Large Consulting Firms

At Chmura, we know that you are the kind of people who believe in objective research. You want to prove that your organization’s expansion, event, or programs benefit the local economy. In order to do that, you need a respected third party to perform an economic impact study.

The problem is, many large consulting firms will over-charge you and provide overly optimistic estimates of your impact that might fall flat. We believe that you deserve high-quality economic research from economists who care. We also understand that COVID-19 and economic volatility makes it even harder to analyze your economic impact. 

Chmura can analyze the economic and fiscal impacts of events, residential and commercial developments, business relocations, academic institutions, nonprofits, and more. Schedule a call today.

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Resources

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Economic Impact: Weaker Labor Market for College Grads this Year, but Higher Wages
College and high school seniors graduating this year will be entering a weaker labor market than last year’s graduates but they will see higher wages because of the elevated level of inflation.
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Economic Impact: Signs of a Slowdown? Watch the Job Market, Which is Slowing Down
Given expectations by some for a recession in the later part of 2023, analysts are scrutinizing economic indicators for signs of a slowdown. Job postings are a leading indicator of employment trends.
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Economic Impact: Is a recession in the forecast for 2023? Yield curve says yes
While a yield curve inversion does not cause a recession, it is a reflection of underlying economic conditions that may lead to a recession.
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