This report presents an analysis of the economic impacts of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (Gateway Airport) based on activity during FY 2013. It views Gateway Airport as a source of significant economic output (the production of aviation services) that creates revenues for firms, and employment and earnings for workers on and off the airport.
Executive summary -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Study methodology -- 2.1. Survey respondents -- 2.2. Survey creation -- 2.3. Sampling and survey administration -- 2.4. Surveyor training -- 2.5. Survey procedure -- 3. Data analysis -- 3.1. Estimation of visitor numbers -- 3.2. Visitor and media expenditure estimates -- 3.3. Organizational spending -- 3.4. Indirect and total economic impact -- 4. National championship game results -- 4.1. Direct visitor and media expenditures -- 4.2. Direct organizational expenditures -- 4.3. Induced economic impact of visitor, media and organizational spending -- 4.4. State, county and local sales tax impact -- 4.5. Total ...
Executive summary -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Brief history and build‐out -- 3. Water availability in Arizona -- 4. CAP's customer base and operations -- 5. Statewide economic impacts resulting from the construction of CAP, 1973‐1993 -- 5.1. Method -- 5.2. Annual and cumulative economic impacts, 1973‐1993 -- 6. Statewide economic impacts resulting from CAP's water supplies, 1986‐2010 -- 6.1. Method -- 6.2. Sectoral economic impacts by year, 1986‐2010 -- 6.3. Annual and cumulative statewide economic impacts, 1986‐2010 -- 7. Conclusions & recommendations This study examines the economic impact of the Central Arizona Project (CAP) to the State of Arizona ...
Summary -- Introduction to capital gains -- the effect of capital gains on state government -- Revenues -- Modeling capital gains in Arizona
An examination of public funding for elementary and secondary education and higher education in Arizona from historical and interstate perspectives, in light of the funding mandate expressed in the Arizona Constitution. An evaluation of public education in Arizona is included.
This is a summary of several reports related to government finance in Arizona that have been produced by the Office of the University Economist since December 2008. Some new information has been added in an attempt to provide a complete picture. The format of this report is a brief summary by issue, sometimes accompanied by a table or chart. References are provided to the report and the page number where additional detail can be found.
Following an analysis of economic conditions, this paper examines actions that can be taken by state governments to stimulate the economy. The only action that results in a significant near-term effect is to accelerate spending on physical infrastructure that has already been identified as needed.
Discusses the results of the 2010 decennial census for Arizona, with comparisons to the nation and other states, and for Arizona counties and places. Changes between 2000 and 2010 are included. In addition to the total population, the population living in households, and the population living in group quarters, the following topics are discussed: household type, race and ethnicity, age, housing units and vacancies, and homeownership. The data are available in two accompanying Excel files.
Reviews population projections released in December 2012 by the U.S. Census Bureau and by the Arizona Department of Administration's Office of Employment and Population Statistics. Compares the new projections to previously released projections.
Volume I: Facts Analyses of Arizona state government finance, using data of the Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Committee, and of the combined finances of all state and local governments within Arizona, using data of the U.S. Census Bureau. A historical perspective is provided for both datasets. For combined state and local government finance, comparisons are made to other states and to the national average. In addition, other measures of the tax burden by state are examined. Volume II: Concepts and Issues Addresses the conceptual and empirical relationships between taxes, government revenue, and economic growth. Also discusses current issues specific to ...
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