New Economy Academy Course 202
Proving the Potential of Public Banks: Feasibility & Economic Impact Studies (1:49:47)
with Gwendolyn Hallsmith, Tom Sgouros, and Gary Flomenhoft
To provide the evidence for public banks' efficacy, decision-makers often need feasibility and economic impact studies. These studies typically model job growth, additional productivity added to the local economy, and other factors. This course describes feasibility studies and outlines a process to create one.
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0:00 Introduction & Overview
10:52 Feasibility Study Questions
37:50 Types of Public Banks
43:40 Economic Impacts
52:05 What to Model? Where to Find Data? What Modeling Program
1:05:24 Analyzing the Data; Models; Where's the Capital? Q&A
Supporting Course Materials:
This is a presentation at the Banking on New Mexico Symposium in the Fall of 2014 on the subject of this course - please start at the 50:00 mark for Gwen Hallsmith's presentation on feasibility studies and impact assessments.