Emory University retained ESI to determine the university's economic
and social impacts on the citywide, regional and statewide levels. The report is now public and showcases the transformative contributions Emory makes, from annual operations, capital investments, and ancillary spending, to community engagement and research.
To read the full report, click here and for the media coverage, here.
News from the Lab: Thought Leadership for Universities
Universities are major drivers of economic growth. But as business and technological shifts are
reshaping the future of work and redefining the need for talent, universities are under greater pressure to provide empirical evidence of how they create local and regional economic prosperity.
Thoughtlab have devised a series of solutions specific to these institutions, from assessing the benefits generated at the regional, local and hyper-local levels and quantifying the innovation impact to providing evidence-based thought leadership. Read more in our latest
ebrochure dedicated to
measuring the impact of universities.
To read more about our work with the ebrochure, click here.
ESI Welcomes its Newest Associate Director
ESI welcomes our newest Associate Director,Gina Lavery.
Ms. Lavery specializes in market research and analysis.
Prior to joining ESI, Gina was a Research Analyst for Jones Lang Lasalle in Philadelphia, where she was responsible for market research and analysis for the Greater Philadelphia commercial real estate market. She provided detailed market insights and reports on demographic and economic trends to help the firm's clients determine their real estate decisions. Before that Gina worked in the Office of Government and Community Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania.
Stephen Mullin's Mid-Year Economics Update at IAMC
Stephen Mullin gave a mid-year economics update at the Industrial Asset Management Council's (IAMC) Local Meeting in Philadelphia on August 1. His presentation focused on the global macro economics trends and factors that influence US industrial real estate markets.
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Stephen Mullin referenced our work in i-Gaming with PennLive and what it would mean for the State of Pennsylvania if casinos were used to help balance the state's budget. In the Philadelphia Business Journal, he discussed the city's Business Income and Receipts Tax (BIRT) and its tax structure. Steve was also re-elected to the Board of Directors of Nasdaq Futures, Inc.
Historic Preservation Task Force, where Peter Angelides has been named Financial Analyst, had their first meeting, kicking off the program's 18-month-long deep dive into the state and future of historic preservation in Philadelphia.