Regional economic analysis (Urban and regional development)
Economic actors have an impact on their environment. Infrastructure and transportation projects, real estate projects and even public institutions such as universities influence the activities of businesses and households. Our analyses illuminate economic relationships and reveal exactly how and where growth and prosperity arise.
Businesses produce, universities research and teach, households consume, government agencies create framework conditions, and transportation takes us from point A to point B – and all of these things have consequences for economic development and the structure of towns and cities. Economic activity has immediate effects, but there are also cases when it is felt indirectly or only after a long period of time. We can help you understand and see these impacts as they unfold through time and space.
Our knowledge and experience with economic modelling, statistics, incidence analysis and evaluation assist you in the analysis of:
- Regional business structures and economic structures
- The short, medium and long-term effects that infrastructure development and public institutions such as universities have on growth
- The effects of real estate projects and land development, as well as businesses locating in a particular area
- Impacts of economic development concepts and regulations
Our analyses focus on economic performance, effects on the prosperity of private households, long-term effects on public budgets and the efficient, effective use of funds.
We use a variety of proprietary models to assist you with these tasks, including a regional development and financial planning model, regional input-output analysis, and benefit-cost analysis. We would be pleased to identify new courses of action and opportunities for optimization to help you increase your region's economic capacity.