Are you interested in knowing the economic impact of adding a new manufacturer to your community? What might the increase in tax revenue for your community be if you added 1,000 new tourists a year? At Research Washington we specialize in answering these kinds of questions for local municipalities and government agencies.
Research Washington is proud to use IMPLAN, an input-output economic modeling program originally designed for the US Forest Service to manage the nation’s beautiful forests and land. Today, IMPLAN is used by academics, economic developers and non-profits around the nation to model the economic impact and supply chain purchasing within their communities. Using IMPLAN, our expert team is able to localize economic impact and tax impacts at the state, county, zip code or congressional district level.
Multi-regional impact analysis shows us the dynamic ways in which our local economics are connected. We use our impact analysis not only to inform our communities of the economic changes within their local area, but also how their local community fits into a larger and more complex regional economy.