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Dr. Kevin E. Cahill discusses the implications of the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) data and its limitations.
Dr. Kevin E. Cahill investigates the extent to which bridge jobs signal the start of a retirement transition.
ECONorthwest and AARP ECONorthwest teamed with AARP Oregon to present the economic opportunities associated with older adults.
Dr. Kevin Cahill examines the causal relationship between a workplace flexibility arrangement and retirement expectations.
Dr. Kevin Cahill discusses some of the policy issues surrounding transitions into self-employment later in life.
Dr. Kevin Cahill explains the changing retirement landscape with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
A market and economic impact analysis of the contributions of Indian gaming to Oregon’s economy.
ECONorthwest summarizes the literature that identifies and measures the economic costs and benefits of low-impact development techniques.
ECONorthwest releases a study of the economic and fiscal impacts resulting from Facebook's Prineville data center.
ECONorthwest rates the economic performance of Boise, Idaho by comparing it to some of its economic peers.
The economic significance of the Portland Meadows racetrack and other horse racing activities in Oregon that depend on it.
ECONorthwest-developed manual to support economic analysis of highways.
ECONorthwest conducted a comprehensive analysis that estimates first year of sales would generate $38.5 million in tax revenue.
ECONorthwest examines the effects of absenteeism on academic performance in Oregon public schools.
An analysis of the differences in reading and math achievement scores for Oregon's Hispanic and white students over time.