Using data from 2007-2012, the FERC developed an x-efficiency analysis to estimate how effectively universities used resources to score points in the Directors' Cup competition - a broad-based mark of success for college athletics.
Regions with high levels of growth and development experience benefits stemming from strong economic activity, whereas regions with stagnating or negative growth must analyze their economic conditions to improve them. Using data-based tools can help improve the overall economic condition of the region.
During the 2010 school year, 691,000 international students came to the United States to study. This study focuses on the impact these students on the local economy.
The combined economic impact of the Young Auditorium is $2,117 million. Nearby businesses profit and new jobs are created.
Understanding students' views of demand and utilization is considered critical for planning continual housing issues in the City of Whitewater.
This report addresses a critical issue in public finance: the economic value of an education. This includes enhanced earnings the student receives and the benefit enjoyed by the community when this graduate adds to the overall income base of the state.
This report illustrates that a University of Wisconsin - Whitewater degree greatly increases a person's ability to earn a good income over the course of his or her lifetime.
This report explores the various ways that the University of Wisconsin Whitewater impacts Walworth, Jefferson, and Rock counties.