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community economic base and multiplier

Edgar Zavitz Palmer

community economic base and multiplier

case studies in the Great Plains States

by Edgar Zavitz Palmer

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Published by College of Business Administration in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Multiplier (Economics) -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Edgar Z. Palmer, editor [and others.
    GenreCase studies.
    SeriesUniversity of Nebraska publication, no. 199. Business research bulletin no. 63
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF1134 .N4 no. 63
    The Physical Object
    Pagination144 p.
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6265285M
    LC Control Number58063690
    OCLC/WorldCa4009943

    Downloadable! Local and regional practitioners commonly use the economic (export) base multiplier in project assessments. However, dependable estimates of the regional multiplier require that the division of total activity into its export (basic) and local (nonbasic) components be accurate across all industries – especially in the dominant ones. approach assumption bank basic capital and labor capital market central place central place theory Chapter community economic analysis community economic development competitive consumer consumption curve economic activity economic development event economic sectors effect employment equity estimates example export base export sector factors of.

    economic base: The companies that provide jobs in a given community or geographic location. multiplier of 1/1 – (MPC – MPM) would have a value of somewhere between 3 1/3 and 4. At the same time planning studies often indicate a nonbasic-basic ratio, E nb/E b, of 3, 4 or even 5. This would mean a regional foreign multiplier of (1 + nb E /E b) of 4, 5 or even 6. But the foreign trade multiplier for a region nested within a na-.

    Local Multiplier 3 (LM3) was developed by the New Economics Foundation as a simple and understandable way of measuring local economic impact. It is designed to help people think about local money flows and how their organisation can practically improve its local economic impact, as well as influence the public sector to consider the impact of its procurement decisions. Economic base theory belongs to both economics and geography. Gibson, L.J. & Worden, M.A. (a) Estimating the economic base multiplier: a test of alternative procedures, Economic Geography, 57, pp. – S.A. () Management of the community economic base as a strategy for economic development. Unpublished MA Thesis. Tucson.


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Community economic base and multiplier by Edgar Zavitz Palmer Download PDF EPUB FB2

An economic base study gives detailed information about how a community earns its living. The study attempts to answer the following questions:What are the current sources of employment and income?Which of these sources depend on markets outside the local economy and are affected by external forces.

These we call of these sources serve markets within the local economy. Multiplier Amultiplier summarizesthe total impactthat can be expected from changein a given economic activity. For example,a new manufacturing facility oran increase in exports by a local firm areeconomic changes which can spur rippleeffects or spin­off activities.

Multipliersmeasure the economic impactof these new exports, including. Community economic base and multiplier. Lincoln, College of Business Administration, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Zavitz Palmer.

The economic base deals with how a community earns its living. It consists of that proportion of employment and income generated in a local community that determines the overall level of production. The growth, decline or stagnation of the local community rests upon the basic economic activity, which goes beyond local needs.

economic base multiplier: Ratio of the total number of jobs created to the number of basic jobs created. A higher economic base multiplier implies a larger effect of the basic job creator on the total number of jobs.

Economic base multiplier. A measure that provides a rough estimate of how changes in basic employment will affect total employment in a given region (all other things being equal); defined as the ratio of total employment to basic employment.

Examples of economic base studies can easily be found on the internet. The Commerce Department of the State of Arizona decided that economic base studies were important enough that it contracted with Arizona State University in to conduct economic base studies for each community in the state.

This paper uses a comprehensive, cross-sectional data set to calibrate the economic base model for small communities. Four alternative methods are discussed and evaluated. The analyses indicate that the base multiplier can be accurately estimated if the total employment and public transfer payments of a community are known.

community economic development have been analyzed systematically and that the unit of analysis has shifted from the state, the region, the city, or the met- ropolitan.

Community Economic Analysis: A How To Manual By Ronald J. Hustedde Ron Shaffer and Glen Pulver. 1st Printing, November Revised Edition, December This project was funded by the North Central Regional Center for Rural Development and the University of. Famed economist John Maynard Keynes first coined the term "Local Multiplier Effect" in his book The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money.

And independent retailers re-spend more than three times as much of each sales dollar locally compared to their chain competitors. Multiplier: In economics, a multiplier is the factor by which gains in total output are greater than the change in spending that caused it.

It is usually used in reference to the relationship. valuing community bank stocks, and to discuss other issues germane to the community bank stock valuation process in an effort to provide practitioners with insights for future investment decisions.

Introduction The process of assigning a value to a share of common stock involves more art. Community Economics: Linking Theory and Practice 2nd Edition by Ron Shaffer, Steve Deller, Dave Marcouiller (Blackwell Publishers) This complete revision of Dr.

Shaffer's classic Community Economics provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of economic structure in small communities and urban neighborhoods of s: 6.

To find out more, see Roger Noll and Andrew Zimbalist’s edited book, Sports, Jobs, and Taxes: The Economic Impact of Sports Teams and Stadiums.

America is in the midst of a sports construction. Community Economic Analysis Tools. These examples are taken from Community Economic Analysis, A How To Manual, Hustedde, Shaffer, and Pulver, North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University.

Overview. Many communities engage in economic development activities. Downloadable. Economic base analysis is frequently used to describe employment profiles and to predict project-related impacts in small communities.

Considerable evidence suggests, however, that economic base multipliers should be estimated from survey data and not from shortcut methods.

In this paper two competing versions of the economic base model are developed and then these two models are. Income Multipliers in Economic Impact Analysis Guide Z Reviewed by Terry Crawford1 Cooperative Extension Service • College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences It is important to determine economic benefits from increased local expenditures caused by development.

Ac-curately assessing increased incomes in the community. The magnitude of an economic base multiplier depends upon the amount of money that "leaks" out through expenditures outside of the city limits.

The economic multiplier tends to be higher with each of the following EXCEPT: A. A higher percentage of local household income is respent within the city. The larger the city is. Community Economic Analysis: A How To Manual or supplemental income source for residents and for its economic multiplier effect on a community and region.

models, economic base models. Abstract. Imagine that a car manufacturer is planning to build a car distribution center in the greater Cincinnati metropolitan region. Strategically, this would be a good choice for the car manufacturer, given that Interstate Highway 75 () is the main artery of the national car industry and Ohio lies in .Traditional Strategies and Tools of Local Economic Development.

Business retention, revolving loan funds, tax increment financing, tourism, bond issuance, PILOTs, tax abatement All are examples of the core strategies and tools utilized every day by most economic developers.Multiplier models (economic base, input-output, Keynesian) implicitly assume that pre-impact and post-impact interindustry transaction patterns are, for all practical purposes, identical.