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Publications in Category: Profiles, in date order.
The Economic Impact of the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts
Patrick M. Barkey
Using the REMI economic model the economic impact of the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts was analyzed for Montana. The operations of the Foundation, which produces and sells ceramics, its educational workshops, and the summer festival it hosts were all considered in the analyses. It ultimately supports 26 year-round jobs and about $1.4 million of income to Montana households (37 year-round equivalent jobs and $2.1 million in festival years).
The Economic Impact of Craft Brewing in Montana
Colin B. Sorenson, Todd A. Morgan and Shannon Furniss
Craft brewing is a healthy and growing sector of Montana's economy. From 2010 to 2011, production increased by 18 percent, employment was up by 39 percent, and sales rose by 20 percent.
The American Community Survey - A Bevy of Information
James T. Sylvester
How rich or poor are Americans? Where do they work, and what training do they have for their jobs? What languages do they speak? The American Community Survey is an ongoing survey that provides answers to questions like these and gives communities the current information they need to plan investments and services.
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