APPLIED ECONOMICS

Effective solutions for the most complex economic, financial, and public policy problems.

Why Choose Us

Since 1983, the professionals at EPR have been providing objective research, analysis, forecasting, and advisory services across a broad spectrum of economic and public policy issues. We have successfully completed a wide range of assignments for a diverse clientele, including businesses, stakeholder groups, trade associations, institutional clients, and organizations on all levels of government. Completed projects range from comprehensive economic-job-fiscal impact assessment for local, state, and federal government agencies to highly-scrutinized economic and tax revenue forecasts for state and local governments to assessing regional housing needs.

Services We Offer


Our professional staff brings a broad range of experience and understanding to the application of economic and policy analysis to a breadth of policy issues of concern to both private sector clients and government agencies on all levels. Using the latest in research and analysis methods, we help you better understand your situation and the issues you face.

 

The list of recently completed assignments in this broad services category includes: providing technical support for a state’s general obligation debt issuance, reporting the economic impact of walking and bicycling in Vermont; reporting the economic impact of bicycling in Arizona, conducting macroeconomic analysis of a gold mine in Mexico, the evaluation of capital improvement options for a state airport, short-term and long-term economic-financial forecasting, an analysis of a regional economy’s key industry clusters, presenting the net economic benefits of a natural gas pipeline project before a state public utilities regulatory board, and the development and construction of a biomass heating plant.

Client Resources

EPR has complied a list of valuable resources that benefit our clients. Read through our whitepapers and published articles to learn more about how our services can be of help.


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BLS Releases May...

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers (CPI-U) decreased 0.1 percent in May on a seasonally-adjusted basis.  A decrease in the energy index was the main contributor...


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