Peer-reviewed article co-written by ECONorthwest's Adam Domanski was recently published in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
Study shows Seattle head tax could result in a loss of $3.5 billion in total economic output.
Sandra McDonough of the Portland Business Alliance and John Tapogna of ECONorthwest join KGW's Laural Porter to discuss the latest annual economic check-up for Portland.
Strategic Opportunities for Finding Talent in a Tight Labor Market
President of ECONorthwest, John Tapogna speaks to Impact Tulsa's work to decrease chronic absenteeism in schools and the rising number of high school graduations and college enrollment.
For a committee of co-permittees including the city of San Diego, San Diego County, and Orange County, the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board, and U.S. EPA Region 9, ECONorthwest conducted one of the most comprehensive benefit-cost analyses and financial analyses associated with water quality investment to-date.
In this first-of-its-kind report, ECONorthwest analyzed the costs associated with reclaiming defunct oil and gas wells when companies walk away from their reclamation responsibilities.
ECONorthwest partner, Lorelei Juntunen, spoke at the Bend Chamber of Commerce Real Estate Forecast breakfast this week about real estate trends in central Oregon.
Peer-reviewed article co-written by ECONorthwest's Adam Domanski was recently accepted by The University of Chicago Press.
We are 107 months into the second longest economic expansion in a hundred years... Tax cuts compound an already troubling situation.
President & CEO of the Portland Business Alliance, Sandra McDonough and President of ECONorthwest, John Tapogna speak with Chris Willis about automation and how it will affect Oregon's workforce.
The economy is running out of the fuel it has been using to grow for the last 7 years.
Calculated recreation spending and economic impacts associated with non-motorized recreation on BLM lands across the U.S.
Assessing the City’s approach toward affordable housing.