Peter Evangelakis, Ph.D. is Senior Vice President of Economics & Consulting at REMI. After joining REMI in September 2017, he has served as Principal Investigator on all consulting projects and published papers, managed REMI’s team of economists and analysts, provided comprehensive technical and advisory support to clients, contributed to economic modeling software development, made multiple presentations on behalf of the company, and contributed to business development from our Washington, D.C. office.
Dr. Evangelakis is an experienced Economic Researcher and Analyst. Highlights of his published work include a review of the non-pecuniary benefits of professional sports stadiums, a municipal-level revenue analysis of Florida property tax reform, an exposition of novel macroeconomic measures of the digital economy, and an economic and demographic analysis of the U.S. immigrant population.
Dr. Evangelakis holds Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in Economics from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Mathematics from Swarthmore College.
- Economic Impact of Establishing HQ2 in New York State, Empire State Development & REMI, 2018
- Economic Impacts of Retiring & Replacing the San Juan Generating Station in 2022, PNM Resources & REMI, 2019
- Economic Impacts of Increased Federal Funding in Missouri Associated with an Expansion of its MO HealthNet Program, Missouri Foundation for Health & REMI, 2020
- Dynamic Analysis of Proposed Tax Changes: Presentation to the Tax Reform and Relief Legislative Task Force, REMI, 2019