Economic Vision 2010 Research
Economic Vision 2010 is the culmination of years of extensive study and exploration. You are encouraged to access the studies and use the results to support the development of public initiatives and policies. We know you will discover our findings to be quite interesting and thought provoking.
Blueprint for Economic Growth for Indiana (1996)
The Indiana Busines Climate Blueprint was created to provide strategic directions for public and private action to ensure Indiana offers the most supportive conditions for continued success of the State's economy.
Graduate Migration in Indiana (1999)
As part of the assessment of Indiana’s human capital position, this report presents the results of an analysis of the migration of graduates from Indiana’s public two and four-year colleges and universities.
Evolution of Indiana's Labor Force (1998)
Using data collected over a thirty year period 1968-1997 from the March supplement to the Current Population Survey (CPS), this study analyzes the rates of participation, the occupational structure, and earnings of the Indiana workforce, in an attempt to comprehensively document and understand the areas in which the state economy has exceeded, equaled, or fallen short of the performance of other states.
Venture Capital Study (2000)
A study that seeks to answer 3 questions regarding venture capital: Is early stage/venture capital important to economic progress in a region or state? If the U.S. capital markets are the most open and flexible in history, why are local sources of early state/venture capital critical? What actions are being used in other states and regions to stimulate the expansion and/or provision of early stage/venture capital?
A State Tax Cost Comparative Analysis (1996)
A study that analyzes the tax cost of locating a business in each industry in Indiana and serveral other states. The other states included in the analysis are the states with large concentrations of businesses in each industry.