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Basic Uses of Input Output Models in Economic Impact Studies

Details: Greg Lagana (MSPPM 2003), Center for Economic Development, Carnegie Mellon.  The uses (and abuses) of input-output models of regional economies are a mainstay for regional strategy as well as advocacy in the area economic and community development, and a key tool for applied research or consulting in the field.  This workshop will cover some basic uses of IMPLAN 3.0 for typical local economic impact studies.  Students will work directly with the IMPLAN 3.0 software, completing in class exercises and two brief case studies. Lunch included. 

Sunday, April 8th, 9AM to 4PM

Room HBH  1208

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