• Economic Results and Forecasting

    Economic Results and Forecasting

    The REMI model is a dynamic forecasting and policy analysis tool that can be variously referred to as an econometric model, and input-output model, or even a computable general equilibrium model. In fact, REMI integrates several modeling approaches.

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The REMI model is a dynamic economic forecasting software application inspired by a single goal: to inform and improve the quality of public policy decisions.
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When regions, states, and cities need to make critical policy decisions, they turn to REMI to test the economic effects of their policies before they are implemented.
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REMI offers an annual Users’ Conference and periodic On-Site Seminars and On-line Seminars for all on the theoretical and applied aspects of PI+ and TranSights’ unique regional modeling approach.
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What’s new at REMI? See this section for the latest headlines and updates about REMI and our model users.
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Evaluating the Impact of Local Development
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Evaluating the Impact of Local Development

When state and local policy makers want to know the impact of economic development, dynamic economic modeling can provide the answer. Through simulations, analysts can simulate the effects of a proposed development over time.
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States Take Lead in Health Care
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States Take Lead in Health Care

With the Affordable Care Act likely to remain largely intact for the foreseeable future, state policy makers are reconsidering their...
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The Debate over Border Adjustments
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The Debate over Border Adjustments

Tax reform is always hotly contested, as overhauling the tax code involves many moving parts and impacts many interest groups. The current debate over “destination-based” taxation is a prime example of how complicated tax reform can be.
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The Case of the Missing Worker
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The Case of the Missing Worker

The missing worker has been a persistent mystery shadowing the economic recovery – evidence of labor market hysteresis induced by the Great Recession.
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Perspectives on Obamacare Repeal
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Perspectives on Obamacare Repeal

Two analysts - Leighton Ku of George Washington University and Donald Grimes of University of Michigan - have recently published findings that offer different perspectives on the Affordable Care Act repeal using the REMI model.
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