09/17/2019

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Drought Could Cost Central Valley Farms $1.7 Billion and 14,500 Jobs

The drought could cost the region’s farm industry $1.7 billion in 2014 and cause more than 14,500 workers to lose their jobs, according to preliminary results of the study, which also predicts that Central Valley irrigators will only get two-thirds of their normal water deliveries.

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2014 California Tribal Gaming Impact Study

Tribal gaming operations in California generated an estimated $8 billion in economic output in 2012 – $2.9 billion of which represented earnings by California workers – and supported over 56,000 jobs statewide. The 2012 operations had a roughly 7%-7.5% larger impact on California economic activity than in 2010.

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Dan Walters: California Politicians, Interests Play “Economic Impact” Game

One of the games that politicians and interest groups play is called “economic impact.”

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Manufacturers: Shale Production Driving Manufacturing Renaissance

New Report Shows Shale Development Supporting Millions of Jobs and Boosting Income and Trade

Washington, D.C., September 4, 2013 – According to a report released today, the United States will continue to reap enormous economic and job-creation benefits from domestic oil and shale gas production.

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The Insurance Industry’s IMPACT on California’s Economy

The insurance industry has provided over 210,00 jobs in 2010 and provided a payroll that totaled $14.9 billion, just in California!

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California’s Insurance Companies Document Their IMPACT on California’s Economy and Communities

The insurance industry has provided over 210,00 jobs in 2010 and provided a payroll that totaled $14.9 billion, just in California!

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The Economic Importance of the US Shipbuidling and Repairing Industry

The purpose of this report is to measure the economic importance of the U.S. shipbuilding and repairing industry.

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Evaluating BCG’s Report: Understanding the Impacts of AB 32

Expert evaluation of the Boston Consulting Group report

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Addressing the Employment Impacts of AB 32, California’s Global Warming Solutions Act

“. . . analyzes the job impacts of AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, and highlights the policy design options that can best promote both lower greenhouse gas emissions and good jobs. “

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America’s Biotech and Life Science Clusters: San Diego’s Position and Economic Contributions

. . .the most comprehensive measurement of regional biotech centers ever conducted, shows that only a handful of metropolitan areas have succeeded on a scale necessary to ensure industry sustainability.

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California’s Highway Infrastructure: Traffic’s Looming Costs

“. . .uses the current cost of congestion (defined as time and fuel wasted due to travel delays during peak periods) as a starting point, and examines exactly how much that burden will grow if road capacity remains unchanged through the year 2030. The authors also examine alternate scenarios to determine the extent to which future congestion costs can be mitigated by undertaking manageable levels of new road construction during the same period. “

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Film Flight: Lost Production and Its Economic Impact on California

“. . . report outlines recommended steps to help California turn the tide. It also analyzes what other countries and states are doing to attract film production and post-production business. “

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California Oil and Gas Production Industry State Regulatory Delays

. . . estimates the total potential economic activity that is being held up by the delay in permits.

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The Greening of the Los Angeles Economy

“. . . the report identifies the potential for Los Angeles-based firms to serve the domestic market for green products and services and examines the possibility of creating new green-oriented industries. The report’s recommendations are categorized into three key areas: green businesses and green jobs, business assistance, and the regulatory environment.”

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California Film and Television Tax Credit Program, An Economic Impact Study

Economic impact analysis of the Tax Credit program

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