This study illustrates the potential economic impact of the proposed Amendment 61 on Pueblo and El Paso Counties. This amendment would prohibit borrowing by the state government and limit the ability of local governments to borrow. This study focuses on the impact of restrictions on state borrowing since this prohibition would reduce the flow of "new dollars" into the region and reduce local economic activity. Recent capital construction projects that would be affected by Amendment 61 are used to illustrate the impact of the proposed legislation., Cover title., "April 27, 2010.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
This report is an analysis of the direct impact includes a comprehensive economic impact analysis of CSU-Pueblo on the Pueblo County economy. The impact is measured in terms of overall economic activity, local job creation, and local tax revenue. The alumni impact includes a measure of the value-added to the earnings of CSU-Pueblo graduates who live and work in Pueblo. contributions of CSU-Pueblo alumni at the state level are also presented., submitted to Governing Board, Colorado State University ; by Kevin Duncan., "July 22, 2010.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2018)
This study examines the economic consequences of building the Black Hills Energy natural gas-fired power plant with a project labor agreement (PLA). The academic research on the costs of project labor agreements is discussed. The study also examines the economic impact on Pueblo County if the project were built with and without a PLA. The results of the study are summarized., study conducted by the Healy Center for Business and Economic Research, Colorado State University-Pueblo ; Kevin Duncan., "June 10, 2010.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2018)
The Exercise Science, Health Promotion and Recreation department at Colorado State University-Pueblo proposes the creation of a Major/Bachelor of Science Degree program in Athletic Training. This degree would replace the athletic training emphasis under the current Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Health Promotion and Recreation., Cover title., "March 2009.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
This study examines several relevant economic impacts on the Colorado economy including the effect of the current Southwest Chief service, the extension of service to a proposed Amtrack station in Pueblo. Analysis compares the costs and benefits of a new Amtrak station in Pueblo., by Kevin Duncan and Michael Wakefield., "Presented to Greg Severance, Director of Transportation, Urban Transportation Planning Division, City of Pueblo, Colorado.", Includes bibliographic references page 28., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2018)
The economic impact of the Pole Canyon Wind project on the Huerfano County economy has been divided into two components; 1) the impact of the construction of 150 wind energy towers, and 2) the impact of the ongoing operation of the wind towers and the rent paid to landowners., submitted to John Galusha ; by Zelinda Singh, Kevin Duncan, "January 20, 2009.", Includes bibliographic references., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2018)