Cambridge Economic Research

About CER

Cambridge Economic Research (CER) is a consulting firm providing quality research and advisory services in economic development, real estate analysis, and transportation planning. For over twenty years, we have contributed leading edge advice to guide major public and private investment decisions.

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Fiscal & Economic Impact Analysis

Cambridge Economic Research develops strategies to create new jobs and to replace traditional industries. CER helps local and regional economic strategies by providing tools to help to evaluate the impact of alternative investments in real estate and infrastructure. Economic impact and cost-benefit analysis are used in tandem with state-of-the art economic and fiscal impact modeling tools.

Specific projects include:



Economic Impact of the Philadelphia Convention Center | Pew Trust

Assessment of market prospect and application of IMPLAN model to measure economic impacts from the Pennsylvania Convention Center, both with and without the proposed expansion.



Las Vegas Airport Economic Impact Assessment | Clark County Department of Aviation

Land use, economic, and fiscal impacts of a second Las Vegas Airport on a site in the Mojave Desert.



Economic Impacts of Kalamazoo Highway Interchange | Michigan DOT

Economic and land use impacts of a proposed new highway interchange in a low-income neighborhood in Kalamazoo, MI.



Economic Impact of Mississippi River Bridge, LA | Louisiana DOT

Economic and tourism development potential associated with a proposed new Mississippi River Bridge connecting West Feliciana and Pointe Coupee Parishes.



Economic Impact of the Central Artery Project | Massachusetts Turnpike Authority

Post-construction evaluation of the impacts of the Central Artery project on land use, real estate values, and jobs in downtown Boston.



Economic Impact of Redevelopment of Brownfields sites in Killingly CT | Jacobs Engineering

Analysis of reuse prospects a 500 acre former glassworks in Killington, CT. Cost benefit analysis of investment in site clean up.



Impacts of Highway Bypasses on Historic Commercial Districts | Transportation Research Board

National Study of the impact of downtown bypasses on existing business showed that bypasses have generally postive impacts on business communities.


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