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UC Economics Center Researchers are Surveying Black-owned Business Owners in the Columbus, Ohio Region
UC Economics Center researchers are now conducting a survey of Black-owned businesses in the Columbus region, on behalf of the Women’s Center for Economic Opportunity. The purpose of the study is to measure the economic impact of those businesses on the region.
A similar project done on behalf of the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky African American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) surveyed Black-owned businesses throughout Southwest Ohio. Our researchers found that the economic impact of Black-owned businesses on the Southwest Ohio region totals more than $2.1 billion dollars.
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We’ve assisted real estate developers, corporations, and local development agencies in understanding the labor market, as well as the demographics and socioeconomic conditions of employees and businesses located in a certain region. A well-rounded picture of an area’s economy and its potential can aid officials in economic development efforts.
Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA)
BCAs examine the costs of an investment or project and either the relative monetized benefits or the relative measures of effectiveness. Both types of analyses aid in communicating if a project or investment is worthwhile. In addition, they compare various alternative investments or decision scenarios.