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Non-labor income (NLI) is one of the largest and fastest growing sources of income in the West, constituting 34 percent of total personal income in 2011; and 60 percent of net growth in real personal income during the last decade.
This summary analyzes the West’s economy, the region’s economic performance, and what is driving economic growth.
This post summarizes our analysis of recent Senate and House bills; a single payment proposal to combine SRS, revenue sharing, and PILT; testimony before the U.S. Senate; and interactive maps that show commercial activities on National Forests.
This report provides an initial analysis of the potential economic impact of protecting the Owyhee Canyonlands area in Malheur County.
Headwaters Economics has created an interactive map that shows the amount of per capita income explained by protected federal lands for each county in the non-metropolitan western U.S.
New Study, Interactive Map Show the Amount of Per Capita Income (PCI) Explained by Protected Land
Headwaters Economics has updated two interactive maps that help users better understand the range of commercial activities on National Forests at a variety of geographic scales.
This post summarizes two larger reports on the economic costs and benefits of a new National Park and Recreation Area for Penobscot and Piscataquis Counties, Maine.
Headwaters Economics created a series of reports on the economic performance of western communities near national monuments.