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  • danmartin@oxfordeconomics created a post,

    State education employment in Phoenix

    Hi. This is a question about a specific data point. I realize a lot goes into these numbers, but I'm being asked by a client about a derivative calculation, so any insight you might have would be h...

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    Data center electricity demand

    Hi. I'm looking at the impact of a data center (NAICS 518210; IMPLAN 436). According to the commodity demand balance sheet for this industry (at the national level in 2019), spending on electricity...

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    Hi. This is almost more of a curiosity question than a practical one, though it does come up practically: If I have tourism spend data that says visitors to an city spend, say $50,000,000 on air tr...

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    Matching tourism spend categories

    Hi. I'm doing an analysis which I imagine is pretty common: looking at the impact of tourism spending in a region. I have broad categories of spend data, such as lodging, food, souvenirs, transport...

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    Cable franchise fees in SL tax impacts?

    Hi. I'm running an impact for a cable company (wired telecom, sector 427). When running an industry change impact, are franchise fees paid to local governments included in the state & local tax imp...

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    Reconciling manufacturing labor productivity

    Hi. I'm calculating impacts in a specific manufacturing industry, where the labor productivity in IMPLAN is about $800,000 per worker. I've also collected data from three separate manufacturers, an...

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  • danmartin@oxfordeconomics commented,

    OK, so the values shown in the table are net not gross, but it's the gross values that affect the analysis, right? Are the gross values presented anywhere? Thanks.

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    Understanding commuters in the SAM

    Hi. I'm trying to better understanding how IMPLAN handles earnings by commuters. For concreteness, I'm looking at three models (all 2015): a national model, a model consisting of the District of Co...

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  • danmartin@oxfordeconomics commented,

    Thanks for the reply. I can move forward given this. Just to be clear though, the negative tax impacts are not direct impacts, they're coming through the indirect and induced channels, and my work...