Our multidimensional economic analyses have been instrumental in guiding the implementation of a variety of land use and resource management policies and programs, economic development projects, and major infrastructure investments projects across the U.S. and abroad. We work to help governments, policy makers, private businesses, and non-profit organizations achieve their goals through meaningful and objective analysis.
We deliver analyses that help our clients plan for the future; estimating the effects of proposed project or policy impacts facilitates informed decision making and mitigates potential future problems. Thinking innovatively as we work to solve a range of complex issues, we have lead the field in the use and expansion of new methodologies, such as social capital and ecosystem service valuation, and the use of contingent and discrete choice models.
Resource Dimensions’ economists have decades of experience in developing analytical strategies to support market-based policies and incentives, voluntary programs, and public-private partnerships. Areas of expertise include agricultural, land use and resource economics; community economic development; non-market valuation; socioeconomic impact analyses; fiscal impact analyses; fund development and business planning.