Our Work

The work we do for our clients is frequently made available to the public. We often present our findings and insights on current economic topics at professional conferences and in public forums. Here you can download recent and archived reports, presentations, and other publications. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, send us an email or give us a call.

Recent Publications and Presentations

Materials from the Environmental Law Conference »

Materials from Ed Whitelaw’s two panels at the 2014 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference at the University of Oregon.

Presentation to Oregon's Higher Education Coordinating »

John Tapogna and David Yaden discuss Oregon's 40-40-20 plan for higher education.

Economic Analysis of H.R. 1526 »

A recent study by ECONorthwest finds that H.R. 1526 is likely to cost much more than it will generate.

How Flexible Hours Impact Retirement Timing »

Dr. Cahill explores how hours flexibility influences the employment patterns surrounding retirement.

The New Era of Retirement »

Dr. Cahill explores the economic changes that are motivating older workers to alter their retirement plans.

Economic Update 2014: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly and the Gem State »

ECONorthwest's Brian Greber presents an economic forecast for 2014 to Idaho real estate managers.

Notable Publications

User and Non-User Benefit Analysis for Highways, 3rd Edition »

ECONorthwest-developed manual to support economic analysis of highways.

The Hispanic-White Achievement Gap in Oregon »

An analysis of the differences in reading and math achievement scores for Oregon's Hispanic and white students over time.

Economic Contributions of Indian Gaming in Oregon »

A market and economic impact analysis of the contributions of Indian gaming to Oregon’s economy.

Why Being In School Matters: Chronic Absenteeism in Oregon Public Schools »

ECONorthwest examines the effects of absenteeism on academic performance in Oregon public schools.

Portland Meadows, County Fair Meets and the Horse Racing Industry in Oregon »

The economic significance of the Portland Meadows racetrack and other horse racing activities in Oregon that depend on it.

Issue Brief: Is Boise Over- Or Underperforming Economically? »

ECONorthwest rates the economic performance of Boise, Idaho by comparing it to some of its economic peers.

The Economics of Low-Impact Development: A Literature Review »

ECONorthwest summarizes the literature that identifies and measures the economic costs and benefits of low-impact development techniques.

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