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1. TITLE: DNREC BROWNFIELDS 2015
SUMMARY: economic analysis of the brownfield program
CLIENT: Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
START DATE: 12/20/2013
END DATE: 06/30/2015
PROJECT LEAD: Edward C. Ratledge , David Racca , Tibor Tóth
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(722)

2. TITLE: A REVIEW OF DELMARVA POWER & LIGHT’S INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES
SUMMARY: delmarva power & light (dpl) is a private, for-profit utility whose main responsibility is the transmission and distribution of electric power within its service area.
CLIENT: CADSR
START DATE: 05/01/2013
END DATE: 09/30/2013
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel T. Brown
AREA: energy
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(649)
DOCUMENT:
A Review of Delmarva Power and Lights Investment Activities 3.pdf
     

3. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT
SUMMARY:
CLIENT: College of Health Sciences
START DATE: 11/01/2012
END DATE: 06/30/2013
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel Brown
AREA: demography
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(679)

4. TITLE: THE FISCAL IMPACT OF THE WILMINGTON RIVERFRONT
SUMMARY: the riverfront development corporation of delaware (rdc) has contracted with the center for applied demography and survey research at the university of delaware to measure the fiscal revenue and economic activity generated by the riverfront.
CLIENT: Riverfront Development Corporation of Delaware
START DATE: 11/01/2011
END DATE: 04/01/2012
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel T. Brown
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(645)
DOCUMENT:
Final Report.pdf
     

5. TITLE: ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF ITS IMPROVEMENTS FOR DELAWARE: A BRIEF REVIEW
SUMMARY: theoretical reviews of the value of time, value of trip reliability, value of emissions, and the economics of congested roadways
CLIENT: Delaware Department of Transportation
START DATE: 08/01/2010
END DATE: 08/01/2011
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel T. Brown , David Racca
AREA: transportation
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(644)
DOCUMENT:
report.pdf
     

6. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT ON DELAWARE'S ECONOMY: THE DELAWARE NATIONAL GUARD
SUMMARY: economic impact of the de national guard
CLIENT: DE National Guard
START DATE: 03/01/2010
END DATE: 08/31/2010
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel T. Brown , Edward C. Ratledge
AREA: demography
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(605)
DOCUMENT:
NG report v2.pdf
     

7. TITLE: GREEN JOBS IN DELAWARE
SUMMARY: developing the occupation-industry-skill ma survey of firms, survey of househols, survey of educ institutions, policy implications
CLIENT: US Department of Labor
START DATE: 12/01/2009
END DATE: 05/31/2011
PROJECT LEAD: Edward C. Ratledge , Daniel T. Brown
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: ARRA grant from US Department of labor
Accid() Id(604)
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8. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT ON DELAWARE'S ECONOMY: THE BIOPHARMACEUTICAL & RELATED SECTORS
SUMMARY: the center for applied demography & survey research at the university of delaware conducted this study to measure the economic impact of the biopharmaceutical and related sectors in delaware during 2008.
CLIENT: Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
START DATE: 07/01/2009
END DATE: 07/31/2009
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel T. Brown , Simon Condliffe , Edward C. Ratledge
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: The Center employed the REMI Policy Insight model which is a dynamic economic simulation model. Since it is a structural model, it is capable of estimating causal relationships.
Accid() Id(349)
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9. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT OF INCREASING THE DELAWARE CIGARETTE TAX
SUMMARY: this report analyzes the significance of cigarette sales in delaware. it uses economic theory, econometric analysis, and simulation methods to answer three questions.
CLIENT: CADSR
START DATE: 01/01/2009
END DATE: 06/01/2009
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel T. Brown
AREA: public finance
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: This report predicts the increased economic costs of implementing House Bill 211. HB211 raises the current excise tax from $1.15 to $1.60 per pack of cigarettes sold in Delaware.
Accid() Id(327)
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10. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT ON DELAWARE'S ECONOMY: THE BROWNFIELD PROGRAM
SUMMARY:
CLIENT: Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC)
START DATE: 01/01/2009
END DATE: 12/31/2009
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel T. Brown , Edward C. Ratledge
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: This report evaluates the economic impact of brownfield development. The impact is measured through changes in the brownfield's property value and neighboring business activity.
Accid() Id(425)
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11. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT ON DELAWARE'S ECONOMY: THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHURCHMANS CROSSING
SUMMARY: cadsr conducted this study to measure the potential economic impact of developing the churchmans crossing area in christiana, delaware in conjunction with the sr-1 / i-95 interchange.
CLIENT: Delaware Department of Transportation
START DATE: 01/01/2009
END DATE: 09/09/2009
PROJECT LEAD: Daniel T. Brown , Edward C. Ratledge
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: The Center employed the REMI PI+ model which is a dynamic economic simulation model.
Accid() Id(315)
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12. TITLE: IMPACT STUDY
SUMMARY:
CLIENT: Maxwell and Associates
START DATE: 01/01/2008
END DATE: 12/31/2009
PROJECT LEAD: Edward C. Ratledge
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(437)

13. TITLE: THE FISCAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE WILMINGTON RIVERFRONT
SUMMARY: the riverfront development corporation of delaware (rdc) has contracted with the center for applied demography and survey research at the university of delaware to measure the fiscal revenue and economic activity generated by the riverfront.
CLIENT: Riverfront Development Corporation of Delaware
START DATE: 01/01/2007
END DATE: 04/01/2007
PROJECT LEAD: Simon Condliffe
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(284)
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14. TITLE: DEFINING INDUSTRY CLUSTER
SUMMARY:
CLIENT: Delaware Economic Development Office
START DATE: 01/01/2006
END DATE: 12/01/2006
PROJECT LEAD: Simon Condliffe
AREA: health
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(387)

15. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT OF DIAMOND STATE SPORTS AND LEARNING CENTER
SUMMARY: the purpose of this study is to measure the economic impacts of the proposed diamond state sports and learning center (dsslc).
CLIENT: Diamond State Sports and Learning Center Planning Committee
START DATE: 01/01/2004
END DATE: 02/01/2004
PROJECT LEAD: Simon Condliffe , Paul L. Solano , Mary Joan McDuffie
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Economic impact studies are used across the nation to measure the impact of various projects, events and industries.
Accid() Id(318)
DOCUMENT:
dsslcc.pdf
     

16. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT OF MOTIVA ENTERPRISES LLC DELAWARE CITY REFINERY
SUMMARY: the purpose of this study is to measure the economic impacts of the motiva enterprises llc delaware city refinery on the state of delaware.
CLIENT: Motiva Enterprises LLC
START DATE: 01/01/2002
END DATE: 12/01/2002
PROJECT LEAD: Simon Condliffe
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(348)
DOCUMENT:
Motiva.pdf
     

17. TITLE: ECONOMIC IMPACT OF SLAM DUNK TO THE BEACH
SUMMARY: the purpose of this study commissioned by the state of delaware office of the controller general is to measure the economic impact of the 2000 slam dunk to the beach basketball tournament.
CLIENT: State of Delaware Controller General
START DATE: 01/01/2000
END DATE: 12/01/2000
PROJECT LEAD: Simon Condliffe , Eric Jacobson , Edward C. Ratledge
AREA: economic development
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: The estimated economic impact of the Slam Dunk To The Beach Tournament is $ 3.5 million: based on direct expenditures of $2.2 million and a multiplier effect of 1.6.
Accid() Id(355)
DOCUMENT:
SD_Proper14.pdf
     

18. TITLE: DELAWARE 1945 - 1998
SUMMARY: there are many factors that influence the economic growth and development in delaware. the population base that provides the labor and uses the goods and services is central. also employment, income, poverty, and state government are addressed.
CLIENT: Choices for Delaware: Life and the Economy in 2000 and Beyond
START DATE: 01/01/1998
END DATE: 11/01/1998
AREA: demography
METHOD: economic modeling
NOTES: Accid() Id(1)
DOCUMENT:
NewGrwth7tx.pdf