Analysts use REMI’s models to evaluate the effect of any policy change or event to the economy, including Immigration, Homeland Security, Base Realignment, and Casino Development, among others.
Tax analysts value the dynamic behavioral responses built into the REMI model. Incorporating variables representing the entire range of potential taxes, REMI models demonstrate how firms, individuals, and the economy at large respond to changes in taxes.
Forecasters and planners use the economic forecasts to predict economic and demographic changes far into the future. Users develop alternative forecasts within the models, providing different potential projections for the regional economy.
Tax changes may have a significant effect on economic activity. REMI is recognized for unbiased analysis of the economic implications of tax changes.
Studies include work for both the private and public sectors, in evaluating single tax changes or an overall tax reform package.