Economic Output The total estimated economic output, also known as gross domestic product (GDP), for NASA’s SBIR and STTR programs for FY2016 is $474 million. NASA’s SBIR program investment added approximately $418.8 million to the nation’s economic output. The STTR program created approximately $55.2 million in economic output.
Principles for Economic Sustainability: Summary Jeremy Solin This is a summary of John Ikerd’s Principles of Economic Sustainability.It was developed based on attendance a 5-day workshop taught by John and John’s Essentials of Economic Sustainability book.
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The Economic Opportunity Program addresses the economic insecurity and inequality that characterize American society today. We offer fresh analysis and bold policy ideas to provide new opportunities for low-income individuals, young adults and financially-strapped families to achieve economic security.
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economic growth in the 5 years after eliminating malaria has usually been substantially higher than growth in the neighboring countries. Cross-country regressions for the 1965–1990 period conﬁrm the relationship between malaria and economic growth. Taking into account initial poverty, economic policy, tropical location, and life expectancy,
economic impact datapoints4 that cross references economic impact in 30+ industries with the magnitude of response in place at the time. To the extent possible we rely on official economic reporting data but have also incorporated more real-time or high-frequency data sources (e.g., consumer spending, shipping volumes).
in economic activity. Another major factor underlying the economic forecast is the agency’s projections of the economic effects of the four laws enacted in March and April to address the public health emergency and to directly assist affected households, businesses, and state and local governments.
economic sectors during the past year and looks at the opportunities and challenges that will shape population, employment, and the overall economy in the coming year. The information in this book is initially presented at the 56th annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum in Denver, followed by approximately 50 forecast
Economic Outlook: 2021 to 2031 T he 2020–2021 coronavirus pandemic caused severe economic disruptions last year as households, governments, and busi-nesses adopted a variety of mandatory and voluntary measures—collectively referred to here as social distancing—to limit in-person interactions that could spread the virus.
Entrepreneurship is the core of Schumpeter’s theory of Economic Development, as the dynamic factor of economic development. It is also the means of efficient use of resources or factors of production and production improvements. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The Jobs: A new economic analysis from the Political Economy Research Institute shows that a holistic economic renewal plan would provide 9.1 million good jobs every year for 10 years. The plan includes economy-wide public investments totaling $580 billion per year, or $2.9 trillion for the first five years. The plan has two primary components: