State-of-the-Art Econometric Model to Probe More into Colorado Issues


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Three Colorado economic-development groups: Common Sense Policy Roundtable, the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. and the Denver South Economic Development Partnership, are splitting the $150,000 cost for an econometric model developed by Regional Economic Models Inc.

The economic model will be used to audit and explore the economic terms of multiple public-policy and economic-development issues in Colorado.


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