Center for Applied Economic Research

Economic Indicator Series

The Center is creating a series of customized macroeconomic indicators for the Billings trade area. These monthly indicators  provide the regional business community with current information on the health of the regional economy and a basis for developing and revising sales forecasts. Included in this indicator series is a monthly Breakfast Program, where we discuss the latest trends in the economy and feature a speaker on some aspect of our regional economy. Click here to read more about it.  Click below to read the October presentation from our Economic Indicator Breakfast meeting !

Get Energized!

Now's the time for our region to get excited about energy.  We are working on commercializing  new, efficient energy technologies that can bring immediate economic development opportunities to remote and agricultural areas in our region.  Contact Tom Yoder at (406) 657-2220 for more information.

Looking for data, knowledge, or a little advice?

The Center is creating a Regional Economic Advisory Service that will include localized socioeconomic data, a regional knowledge base, economic indicators, and economic analysis and modeling services.   If you are interested in partnering with the Center or would like more information, please contact Scott Rickard at (406) 657-1763.

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Press Releases & Presentations

Click here to view the latest press release on the economic impact of home construction in Montana.

Click here to view the Economic Impact of Montana Artists report released March 8th, 2005 !

Click here to view the Economic Impact of MT Energy Projects presentation given at the 2005 Energy Summit held in Bozeman MT on October 18th, 2005.


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