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    of gateway communities in the Midwest Proceeding of the 2000 Conference the Small City and Regional Community September 28 29 2000 Madison WI 1987 1999 Stier J C K K Kim and D W Marcouiller 1999 Forest productivity and land ownership in the U S lake states Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 6 1736 1742 English D B K and D W Marcouiller 1999 Local jobs and income from outdoor recreation In Cordell H K ed Outdoor Recreation in America Life A National Assessment of Demand and Supply Trends Sagamore Publishing Champaign IL 290 294 Hartzell J and D W Marcouiller 1999 Economic aspects of professional sports facilities and the planning challenge CPL Bibliography 355 Journal of Planning Literature 14 1 131 146 Leatherman J C and D W Marcouiller 1999 Moving beyond the modeling of economic growth A study of how income is distributed to rural households Economic Development Quarterly 13 1 38 45 Leatherman J C and D W Marcouiller 1999 Study area specification in forestry economic impact analysis modifying county level secondary data Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 16 3 129 136 Marcouiller D W S C Deller J Moskal and S Grabow 1999 Assessing potential economic and ecological impacts of removing the Indian Ford dam Staff Paper 99 3 Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI 68 pages Marcouiller D W 1999 Alternative forest uses and resource dependent communities Is the glass half empty or half full Community Economics Number 271 Department of Agricultural Economics University of Wisconsin Madison Cooperative Extension Service Marcouiller Dave and Scott Coggins 1999 Water Issues of property rights Publication G3698 3 University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents Madison WI in press 6 pages Olson E D W Marcouiller and J Prey 1999 Characteristics of forest based recreational user groups an analysis of data in support of the 1998 Wisconsin statewide comprehensive outdoor recreation planning process Staff paper 98 4 Center for Community Economic Development UW Extension Madison WI Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Parks and Recreation Publication PR447 Marcouiller D W 1998 Environmental resources as latent primary factors of production in tourism Tourism Economics 4 2 131 145 Marcouiller D W 1998 Toward integrative tourism planning in rural America Journal of Planning Literature 11 3 337 357 Marcouiller D W and T Mace 1998 Forest based recreation and timber production in the northwoods A resource planning assessment with specific reference to the Northern Highlands American Legion State Forest NHALSF Staff Paper 98 3 Department of Urban and Regional Planning UW Madison Extension Madison WI 52 pages Ford J and D W Marcouiller 1998 The Wisconsin maritime museum in Manitowoc a study of economic impacts resulting from expansion Extension Report 98 2 Department of Urban and Regional Planning University of Wisconsin Madison Madison WI 15 pages Marcouiller D W and S C Deller 1998 Recreational housing trends Occasional Notes 93 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center UW Extension Madison WI 2 pages Marcouiller D W 1998 The compatibility of timber production with forest based recreation developing a basis for evaluating users conflicts Marcouiller D W 1998 Land tenancy and the production of nonmarket forest resources an opportunity cost approach Paper for presentation at the Who owns America II How land and natural resources are owned and controlled conference organized by the North American program of the Land Tenure Center June 3 6 1998 Madison WI Marcouiller D W S C Deller and J E Wagner 1998 The role of non market forest resources in rural development an environmental social accounting matrix approach Paper for presentation at the Who owns America II How land and natural resources are owned and controlled conference organized by the North American program of the Land Tenure Center and Lincoln Land Institute June 3 6 1998 Madison WI Marcouiller D W and J C Stier1997 Income distribution and alternative forest management regimes A case study from the U S Lake States Invited paper presented at the XI World Forestry Congress October 13 22 1997 Antalya Turkey In Policies institution and means for sustainable forestry development Proceedings of the XI World Forestry Congress UN FAO and IUFRO Technical Report Ankara Turkey p 289 Marcouiller Dave and Gary Green 1997 Economic development and land use Different strokes for different folks Community Economics Number 246 Department of Agricultural Economics University of Wisconsin Madison Cooperative Extension Service Jepson E J D W Marcouiller S C Deller 1997 Incorporating market and nonmarket values into regional planning for rural development CPL Bibliographies 338 339 340 in Journal of Planning Literature 12 2 220 257 Wilson T D W Marcouiller and T Sutphin 1997 Trends in the east central Wisconsin tourism industry An analysis of activity in four tourism related sectors Staff Paper 96 5 Center for Community for Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI 16 pages Haines A D W Marcouiller N R Sumathi and Al Anderson 1997 Regional economic impact assessments An annotated bibliography of selected Wisconsin studies Staff Paper 97 3 Center for Community Economic Analysis UW Extension Madison WI Hanken J and D W Marcouiller 1997 Economic impacts of the Kenosha automobile museum a study of projected effects Staff Paper 97 5 Community for Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI 11 pages Marcouiller D W S C Deller 1997 Modeling market and nonmarket interactions in rural resource dependent regions Paper for presentation tat the Annual Meetings of the Mid Continent Regional Science Association Indianapolis IN June 1997 Marcouiller D W 1997 Alternative resource management regimes and the development of rural forested regions Paper for presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning November 6 9 1997 Marcouiller D W D K Lewis F Schreiner 1996 Timber production factor shares by forest tenancy group Land Economics 72 3 358 369 Marcouiller D W D F Schreiner D K Lewis 1996 The impact of forest land use on regional value added Review of Regional Studies 26

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    Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W and J Alpi 1995 Using county sales tax to identify tourism trends selected Wisconsin counties Extension Report 95 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W S Hamilton and C Jobe 1995 Farm progress days 1994 economic and educational impacts Staff Paper 95 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W J Preissing and J Alpi 1995 Regional economic impacts of the Crex Meadows wildlife refuge Staff Paper 95 4 Tourism Research and Recourse Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1995 The community impacts of festivals and events Community Economics Number 222 Department of Agricultural Economics University of Wisconsin Madison Cooperative Extension Service Marcouiller D W S Deller and Gary Green 1995 Expenditures of recreational homeowners in Wisconsin Tourism Reports Number 95 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center UW Extension Madison WI Norman B and D Marcouiller 1994 Expenditure patterns of school of the arts at Rhinelander participants Staff Paper 94 14 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1994 Tourism related labor returns in northern Wisconsin Staff Paper 94 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1994 Economic impact of the Wisconsin maritime museum Staff Paper 94 2 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Von Koninsveld R W W C Norman and D W Marcouiller 1994 Eagle watchers alone the Wisconsin river survey results from the winter of 1993 1994 Staff Paper 94 3 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Deller S C N R Sumathi and D W Marcouiller 1993 Regional economic models for the state of Wisconsin an application of the microIMPLAN modeling system Staff paper 93 6 Ctr For Community Economic Development Univ of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1993 Economic impacts of tourism where do travelers expenditures go Occasional Notes 93 2 Tourism Research and Resource Center UW Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1992 Firewood an alternative enterprise to improve woodlot management and provide income Alternative Agriculture Enterprises Forestry and Aquaculture Cooperative Extension Service Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Oklahoma State University Marcouiller D W Ray D F Schreiner D K Lewis 1992 Estimating economic impacts of programming Journal Extension 30 3 20 23 Marcouiller D W P McDowell D Walters and S Anderson 1991 Use of wood as a residential heating fuel Status of current consumption in Oklahoma Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Oklahoma State University Forestry Extension Report No 4 Marcouiller D W and P V Ellefson 1987 Forest land use and management conflicts A review and evaluation of approaches for management Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Paper 73 Journal Marcouiller D W J Prey and I Scott 2009 The regional supply of outdoor recreation resources Demonstrating the use of location quotients as a management tool Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration 27 4 92 107 Clements J and D W Marcouiller 2008 Regional economic impacts of the Menominee tribal enterprises forestry and mill operations Extension Report 08 2 Department of Urban and Regional Planning University of Wisconsin Madison Madison WI 29 pages Bowe S A and D W Marcouiller 2006 Alternative tourism timber dependencies and the development of forested rural regions Forest Policy and Economics 2007 Volume 9 2007 Kim K K D W Marcouiller and S C Deller 2005 Natural amenities and rural development Understanding spatial and distributional attributes Growth and Change 36 2 273 297 Marcouiller D W and J Prey 2005 The tourism supply linkage Recreational sites and their related natural amenities Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 35 1 29 39 Bowe S A and D W Marcouiller 2004 Regional dependence and location of the wood products sector in the Northeastern United States Unique attributes of an export based industry Wood and Fiber Science 36 2 161 173 Marcouiller D W K K Kim and S C Deller 2004 Natural amenities tourism and income distribution Annals of Tourism Research 31 1032 1051 Marcouiller D W 2003 Water economics The dismal art of valuing common pool resources Lakeline Marcouiller D W J G Clendenning and R Kedzior 2002 Natural amenity led development and rural planning CPL Bibliography 365 Journal of Planning Literature 16 4 515 542 Marcouiller D W and S C Deller 2001 Thirty years of regional science in the North American mid continent A content analysis of Regional Science Perspective and the Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 31 2 33 44 English D B K D W Marcouiller and H K Cordell 2000 Tourism dependence in rural America Estimates and effects Society Natural Resources 13 1 185 202 Stier J C K K Kim and D W Marcouiller 1999 Forest productivity and land ownership in the U S lake states Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 6 1736 1742 English D B K and D W Marcouiller 1999 Local jobs and income from outdoor recreation In Cordell H K ed Outdoor Recreation in America Life A National Assessment of Demand and Supply Trends Sagamore Publishing Champaign IL 290 294 Hartzell J and D W Marcouiller 1999 Economic aspects of professional sports facilities and the planning challenge CPL Bibliography 355 Journal of Planning Literature 14 1 131 146 Leatherman J C and D W Marcouiller 1999 Moving beyond the modeling of economic growth A study of how income is distributed to rural households Economic Development Quarterly 13 1 38 45 Leatherman J C and D W Marcouiller 1999 Study area specification in forestry economic impact analysis modifying county level secondary data Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 16 3 129 136 Marcouiller D W 1998 Environmental resources as latent primary factors of production in tourism Tourism Economics 4 2 131 145 Marcouiller D W 1998 Toward integrative tourism planning in rural America

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    S Hamilton 1995 A profile of visitors to the 1994 Dane county fair Staff Paper Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W and J Alpi 1995 Using county sales tax to identify tourism trends selected Wisconsin counties Extension Report 95 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W S Hamilton and C Jobe 1995 Farm progress days 1994 economic and educational impacts Staff Paper 95 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W J Preissing and J Alpi 1995 Regional economic impacts of the Crex Meadows wildlife refuge Staff Paper 95 4 Tourism Research and Recourse Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1995 The community impacts of festivals and events Community Economics Number 222 Department of Agricultural Economics University of Wisconsin Madison Cooperative Extension Service Marcouiller D W S Deller and Gary Green 1995 Expenditures of recreational homeowners in Wisconsin Tourism Reports Number 95 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center UW Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1994 Tourism related labor returns in northern Wisconsin Staff Paper 94 1 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1994 Economic impact of the Wisconsin maritime museum Staff Paper 94 2 Tourism Research and Resource Center University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI Marcouiller D W 1994 Income distribution and tourism planning development issues specific to rural forested regions Paper for presentation at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate School Planning Phoenix Arizona November 3 6 1994 Marcouiller D W 1994 Using minimum requirements to define tourism related labor returns Paper for presentation at the 25th Annual Meetings of the Mid Continent Regional Science Association Chicago Illinois June 3 4 1994 Marcouiller D W 1993 Economic impacts of tourism where do travelers expenditures go Occasional Notes 93 2 Tourism Research and Resource Center UW Extension Madison WI Forestry Clements J and D W Marcouiller 2008 Regional economic impacts of the Menominee tribal enterprises forestry and mill operations Extension Report 08 2 Department of Urban and Regional Planning University of Wisconsin Madison Madison WI 29 pages Bowe S A and D W Marcouiller 2004 Regional dependence and location of the wood products sector in the Northeastern United States Unique attributes of an export based industry Wood and Fiber Science 36 2 161 173 Marcouiller D S Bowe and J C Dissart 2004 Forests and Rural Economic Development in the Northeastern United States Staff Paper 04 1 Madison WI Department of Urban and Regional Planning University of Wisconsin Madison Marcouiller D W and J C Stier 2000 Modeling the regional economic aspects of forest management alternatives Proceedings of the 7th Symposium on System Analysis of Forest Resources USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NB pp 411 427 Stier J C K K Kim and D W Marcouiller 1999 Forest productivity and land ownership in the U S lake states Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 6 1736 1742 Leatherman J C and D W Marcouiller 1999 Study area specification in forestry economic impact analysis modifying county level secondary data Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 16 3 129 136 Marcouiller D W 1999 Alternative forest uses and resource dependent communities Is the glass half empty or half full Community Economics Number 271 Department of Agricultural Economics University of Wisconsin Madison Cooperative Extension Service Olson E D W Marcouiller and J Prey 1999 Characteristics of forest based recreational user groups an analysis of data in support of the 1998 Wisconsin statewide comprehensive outdoor recreation planning process Staff paper 98 4 Center for Community Economic Development UW Extension Madison WI Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Parks and Recreation Publication PR447 Marcouiller D W 1998 Environmental resources as latent primary factors of production in tourism Tourism Economics 4 2 131 145 Marcouiller D W and T Mace 1998 Forest based recreation and timber production in the northwoods A resource planning assessment with specific reference to the Northern Highlands American Legion State Forest NHALSF Staff Paper 98 3 Department of Urban and Regional Planning UW Madison Extension Madison WI 52 pages Marcouiller D W 1998 The compatibility of timber production with forest based recreation developing a basis for evaluating users conflicts Marcouiller D W 1998 Land tenancy and the production of nonmarket forest resources an opportunity cost approach Paper for presentation at the Who owns America II How land and natural resources are owned and controlled conference organized by the North American program of the Land Tenure Center June 3 6 1998 Madison WI Marcouiller D W S C Deller and J E Wagner 1998 The role of non market forest resources in rural development an environmental social accounting matrix approach Paper for presentation at the Who owns America II How land and natural resources are owned and controlled conference organized by the North American program of the Land Tenure Center and Lincoln Land Institute June 3 6 1998 Madison WI Marcouiller D W and J C Stier1997 Income distribution and alternative forest management regimes A case study from the U S Lake States Invited paper presented at the XI World Forestry Congress October 13 22 1997 Antalya Turkey In Policies institution and means for sustainable forestry development Proceedings of the XI World Forestry Congress UN FAO and IUFRO Technical Report Ankara Turkey p 289 Wilson T D W Marcouiller and T Sutphin 1997 Trends in the east central Wisconsin tourism industry An analysis of activity in four tourism related sectors Staff Paper 96 5 Center for Community for Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension Madison WI 16 pages Marcouiller D W 1997 Alternative resource management regimes and the development of rural forested regions Paper for presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning November 6 9 1997 Marcouiller D W D K Lewis F Schreiner 1996 Timber production factor shares by forest tenancy group Land Economics 72 3

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Introduction to Economic Impact Analysis
    of Park Recreation Tourism Resources Michigan State University Web Link This paper provides an a review of the field of tourism economic impact analysis It distinguishes economic impact analysis from other types of economic analysis that might be carried out in tourism research Specifically economic impact analysis traces the flows of spending associated with tourism activity in a region to identify changes in sales tax revenues income and jobs due to tourism activity The principal methods this paper identifies are spending surveys analysis of secondary data from government economic statistics economic base models input output models and multipliers Wilson K 1998 Market Industry Confusion in Tourism Economic Analyses Annals of Tourism Research 25 4 803 817 This paper looks at the issue of economic impact of tourism in light of the considerable debate over whether tourism is in fact an industry or a market Given the economic definition of an industry the author concludes that tourism is in fact not an industry and that industry based tools of economics are relevant to an analysis of tourism only under clearly stated assumptions In many instances the author argues tourism generates events which in turn may be analyzed as market based activities For example adventure heritage or cultural tourism all generate events embodied in market activity The products provided in these markets will come from a range of industries where the tourism based market demand for the firms products may vary in size and importance Fletcher J E 1993 The Economic Impact of Tourism Tourism Principles Practice Chris Cooper John E Fletcher David Gilbert and Stephen Wanhill ed London Pitman Publishing 108 129 This book chapter provides a good general overview of the topic of economic impact analysis in tourism It begins with a discussion of the global tourism industry the economic

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Multipliers
    of the multiplier and provides the following definition multiplier refers to the ratio of the change of output income employment government revenue or foreign exchange flow to the change in the final demand which brought it about The historical background of the multiplier is examined and both the methodology of ad hoc models and input output analysis are examined Milne S S 1987 Differential Multipliers Annals of Tourism Research 14 499 515 This paper presents a modified multiplier model to estimate the economic impact of the tourist industry on the Cook Islands and ancillary sectors The analysis is conducted at both the sectoral and firm scale The latter analysis is shown to be important as characteristics such as size and ownership can have a differential impact The results reveal that smaller locally owned establishments generate more local income employment and gross government revenue than their larger overseas controlled counterparts The model adopted in this study is shown to have promise as a surrogate to the conventional input output model Archer B H 1977 Tourism Multipliers The State of the Art Bangor University of Wales Press This is an oft cited publication on the theory method and application of multipliers to tourism Three types of multiplier models are detailed economic base models Keynesian based models and input output analysis which is based on the work of W Leontief The author bemoans the fact that multipliers which are increasingly being used in tourism research are poorly applied and often by practitioners without proper understanding of the method Archer B H 1976 The Anatomy of a Multiplier Regional Studies 10 71 77 This paper explores the three most common methods of generating income multipliers The author argues that the unorthodox method which uses a ratio of the total income generated to a unit of the initial injection is the most appropriate and most useful for policy makers A simple tourist regional multiplier model is developed using this definition of a multiplier and applied to regions in England Lake States Examples Stynes D G A Vander Stoep and Y Y Sun 2004 Economic Impacts of Michigan Museums East Lansing MI Department of Park Recreation Tourism Resources Michigan State University Web Link This study estimates the economic impact of Michigan museum visitors on Michigan communities the statewide economic significance of museums including both visitor impacts and museum expenditures the portion of the impact attributable to museums and the percentage related to tourism in general and estimate the total spending by museum visitors both inside the museum and in the local community Two surveys a census of museum administrators and a visitor survey were used to collect expenditure data that was analyzed using the Michigan Tourism Economic Impact Model MITEIM The study finds that almost 60 of the economic impact of visitors to Michigan communities would be lost without the museums and the total economic impact direct and indirect on Michigan s economy of having the museums is found to be 15 000 jobs and 331 million in wages and salaries Stynes D and Y Y Sun 2003 Impacts of Visitor Spending on Local Economy Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore 2001 East Lansing MI National Park Service Department of Park Recreation and Tourism Resources Michigan State University Web Link This study uses the National Park Service Money Generation Model Version 2 MGM2 to estimate the economic impact of visitors to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore on the local economy In 2001 there were 421 000 recreation visits which resulted in expenditures of 14 8 million dollars in the local area within 60 miles 4 6 million in direct income and 426 jobs The sales multiplier for Alger county is 1 24 which means that these expenditures generated an additional 44 jobs about 979 000 in personal income and 1 8 million in expenditures as secondary impacts Fulton D C W C Gartner L L Love and D Erkkila 2002 Economic Impact and Social Benefits Study of Coldwater Angling in Minnesota St Paul MN Tourism Center University of Minnesota Extension Service Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Web Link A staggered mail back design instrument was used to collect detailed data based on the recipients most recent coldwater angling trip on expenditures and benefits received for anglers fishing in each of five different resources streams year round Lake Superior by boat Lake Superior shores and streams inland lakes in winter and inland lakes in spring summer and fall Using the expenditure results of the survey approximately 105 per person per day and regional multipliers a total economic impact was calculated of between 140 7 to 156 7 million in direct sales 85 5 to 95 2 million in income and 3128 and 3 482 full and part time jobs Stynes D 2002 Economic Impacts of the Grand Rapids Art Museum on the Local Economy The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit East Lansing MI Department of Park Recreation Tourism Resources Michigan State University Web Link The study estimates visitor spending and economic impacts on the Grand Rapids area economy of the Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit which ran in the Grand Rapids Art Museum The exhibit attracted 13 800 visitors 45 were local residents 35 were day trippers from outside of the county and 16 were overnight visitors Half the overnight visitors stayed in local hotels or B Bs Visitor spending all types yielded approximately 581 000 in personal income and 32 jobs in direct and secondary impacts Stynes D and Y Y Sun 2001 Economic Impacts of Michigan Downhill Skiers and Snowboarders 2000 01 East Lansing MI Department of Park Recreation Tourism Resources Michigan State University Web Link This study evaluates the economic impact of downhill skiers and snowboarders on the Michigan State economy and local county economies Using a regionally stratified sample of skiers at Michigan downhill ski areas a manager survey of Michigan downhill ski areas this survey had a poor response rate a simple linear regression model to predict visits

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Input-Output Analysis
    governments The authors of the report used a T MAP I economic impact model to measure economic benefits The informational inputs into the method includes an inventory of lodging facilities a seasonal survey of lodging business activity an expenditure model a telephone survey of Wisconsin residents and an expenditure forecasting model These reports provide detailed information about tourist expenditures and their impacts both for the state and for each county The latest report includes seasonal data Upneja A E L Shaffer W Seo and J Yoon 2001 Economic Benefits of Sport Fishing and Angler Wildlife Watching in Pennsylvania Journal of Travel Research 40 August 68 78 This article answers two major policy questions about the economic benefits of sport fishing in Pennsylvania what is the annual value of Pennsylvania s sport fishing resources and what is the annual economic impact from the use of that resource Data from a mail based questionnaire with 907 respondents was used to answered these questions using the travel cost method and input output analysis IMPLAN The annual total value of the sport fishing resource was found to be 3 98 billion or about three times the total out of pocket expenses The study found an overall economic impact of sport fishing of 4 75 billion Ford J and D W Marcouiller 1998 The Wisconsin Maritime Museum in Manitowoc Extension Reports Series 98 2 Madison WI Department of Urban and Regional Planning University of Wisconsin Madison Extension This study uses input output analysis to quantify current direct indirect and induced economic impact of the Wisconsin Maritime Museum in Manitowoc County Results suggest that the Museum is responsible for generating almost 1 million in regional income and 53 jobs With a museum expansion and an application of average expenditure patterns the combined county wide impact may increase as much as 500 000 and by 23 jobs Cost benefit project analysis should be used however to weight these anticipated positive benefits with inherent underlying political and social implications and fully address the impact of museum expansion Stynes D C R Nelson and J A Lynch 1998 State and Regional Economic Impacts of Snowmobiling in Michigan East Lansing MI Department of Park Recreation Tourism Resources Michigan State University Web Link This study estimates the economic impact of snowmobiling in Michigan to regional economies and the state as a whole using the IMPLAN input output model Statewide the economic impact of snowmobilers was 48 million in direct income and 2 500 direct jobs With multiplier effects the income impact was 93 million and 3 800 jobs Approximately one third of this impact was generated by out of state snowmobilers Regionally snowmobile trip spending represents 11 of all tourism spending in the Western UP 7 in the Eastern UP 3 in the Northwest Lower Peninsula and 3 5 in the Northeast Lower Peninsula Bussiere M and S C Deller 1996 Kewaunee Marina Economic Impact Study Madison WI University of Wisconsin Extension Kewaunee Marina This economic impact study surveyed slipholders storage customers and other Marina clients An input output analysis was conducted and found that the Marina had a positive effect on Kewaunee in terms of employment and additional income totaling over 450 000 and 31 4 jobs annually Deller S C A Lake and J Sroka 1996 The St Croix Casino A Comprehensive Study of Its Socioeconomic Impacts Madison WI University of Wisconsin Extension This study analyzed the costs and benefits of the St Croix Casino particularly its socioeconomic impact on the Village of Turtle Lake the St Croix Chippewa reservation and Barron and Polk counties The study used input output models to conduct the analysis The report also examined a variety of issues in addition to employment and income namely traffic housing public services local revenues crime other local businesses and general quality of life Human Capital Research Corporation 1996 Wisconsin s Independent Colleges and Universities An Economic and Community Impact Study Madison WI Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities This study of Wisconsin s Independent Colleges and Universities used input output analysis to understand economic impact A Wisconsin Input Output table was developed from a 1987 benchmark USIO table and regionalized through a standard location quotient update method This study found that these 21 colleges and universities and resident alumni spent 8 4 billion annually in Wisconsin that the state s investment of 975 million was leveraged 100 times that these institutions spend 722 million in direct purchases from other industries of which 90 is purchased in state Aside from economic contributions over 57 000 students faculty and staff operated almost 1 300 community programs providing library access volunteer services and an equivalent of 20 million through pro bono work Janke J and S C Deller 1996 Structural Analysis of the St Croix County Economy With Insights to Economic Development Strategies Madison WI University of Wisconsin Extension The authors used an input output model of regional economies IMPLAN to study St Croix county Their purpose is to better develop and refine economic development strategies Import substitution as a strategy was explored specifically In addition they took a careful look at economic multipliers for the county They concluded that 35 of all businesses make purchases from outside the county with manufacturing and agriculture both the largest importers and exporters Import substitution was suggested as a possible economic development strategy Kroenke M N R Sumathi D W Marcouiller and J Martin 1996 The Public Sector The Florence County Economy CCED Extension Report 96 3 Madison The Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension Three separate fact sheets were prepared concerning the Florence County Economy This fact sheet is the third in the series and looks at the effect of reducing income maintenance programs in the County The purpose of this fact sheet is to show the importance of the government sector in the total economy of a county The input output model is used to model this reduction Area businesses would experience a reduction in sales in 1992 totaling about 261 000 in addition to 53 000 in employee s wages and 154 000 in all types of income When indirect spending reductions are accounted for further reductions are seen for sales wages and all types of income of 105 000 22 000 and 57 000 respectively With respect to employment a total of 8 jobs would be lost Kroenke M N R Sumathi D W Marcouiller W G Wengert and J Martin 1996 Timber Production and Wood Processing The Florence County Economy CCED Extension Report 96 1 Madison WI The Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension Three separate fact sheets were prepared concerning the Florence County Economy This fact sheet is the first in the series and looks at the significance of forest resources on the local economy Florence County With the use of an input output model MicroIMPLAN and 1992 data the rippling effects on the total economy due to a change in the forest sector was modeled The fact sheet presents how an import substitution strategy or a buy local strategy can affect the economy With a 1 change in the value of imported inputs direct and indirect benefits are equivalent to generating an additional 1 1 2 jobs and 111 000 in local sales over 23 000 in wages and over 41 000 in all types of income Marcouiller D W A Anderson and W C Norman 1996 Trout Angling in Southwestern Wisconsin and Implications for Regional Development Madison WI The Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension This study assessed trout anglers on two Southwestern Wisconsin streams for their perceptions about current resource attributes and their resource use behavior A two stage survey effort was undertaken during the 1995 angling season including angler identification and subsequent survey In addition to perceptive and behavioral information the effort used expenditure data with an input output model constructed using MicroIMPLAN to estimate regional economic impacts The study also collected data on angler willingness to pay for nonmarket resource attributes affected through fisheries management Results from this portion of the study were based on graphical analysis of a series of dichotomous choice contingent valuation questions Deller S C 1995 Status of Wisconsin Farming The Contribution of Agriculture to the Wisconsin Economy Madison WI University of Wisconsin Extension Using input output analysis this study analyzed the impact of agriculture on the Wisconsin economy The study aimed to determine how agriculture contributes to the economy through inter industry linkages not only how it directly contributes to the economy The study found that on farm production and agricultural processing have a significant impact on the state s economy and are two important and related industries Janke J and S C Deller 1995 The Contribution of Manufacturing to the St Croix County Economy Madison WI University of Wisconsin Extension IMPLAN an input output model was used to study the contribution of manufacturing to the St Croix county economy Contrary to national trends the authors found that manufacturing was becoming increasingly important in the county economy The study found that manufacturing contributed 162 million directly to income and an additional 128 million through indirect and induced effects In terms of employment through direct indirect and induced effects a total of 4 720 jobs were generated Leatherman J C 1995 At Work in The Kickapoo Valley Agriculture and Food Processing Madison WI The Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension This is one of four fact sheets prepared to better understand the Kickapoo Valley economy This agriculture and food processing fact sheet underscores the importance of these sectors to the area economy and to each other The link between food processing and agriculture is significant in terms of local sales that is agriculture selling produce to local food processors which adds value to farm commodities and the area captures a greater share of the final price of the products Through the use of input output modeling one can see the impact of reducing farm programs in the area Leatherman J C 1995 At Work in The Kickapoo Valley Forestry and Forest Processing Madison WI The Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension This fact sheet is one of four prepared to understand the Kickapoo Valley economy This fact sheet reports that an opportunity exists to support local processing sectors in the Valley The input output model of the Valley shows that forestry production and processing is an untapped market In addition it shows that forestry production is selling to processors outside the area which could be captured locally if new businesses were created or existing businesses expanded Outreach efforts could assist existing processors to expand their businesses Leatherman J C 1995 At Work in The Kickapoo Valley Tourism Madison WI The Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension This fact sheet looks at the impact of tourism on the economy of the region Using an input output model the impact of canoeists on the economy was looked at specifically From a survey that was conducted in 1993 canoeists spent an estimated 655 607 in the Valley The total direct and indirect impact of this expenditure accounts for about 700 000 in sales about 240 000 in wages and about 463 000 in all types of income In addition about 18 jobs are created This analysis shows the significance of one recreational activity to the Valley s economy and why tourism as a development strategy can yield beneficial results Leatherman J C 1995 At Work in The Kickapoo Valley The Health Care Industry in the Kickapoo Valley Madison WI The Center for Community Economic Development University of Wisconsin Extension Of the four fact sheets prepared on the Kickapoo Valley economy this one focuses on the healthcare industry It represents an important part of the area economy Because healthcare will increase only gradually as the population increases and or ages large changes will not occur However small increases can be modeled using input output With a 0 6 percent increase in healthcare revenue the direct and indirect impacts would translate to about 107 000 in regional sales 67 000 in wages and 140 000 in all types of income In addition 4 5 new jobs would be created Marcouiller D W S Hamilton and C Jobe 1995 Farm Progress Days 1994 Economic and Educational Impacts Madison WI Tourism Research and Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This study used face to face interviews of visitors and an input output model constructed using MicroIMPLAN to assess the economic impacts of the 1994 Farm Progress Days held in Columbia County Wisconsin This annual agricultural technology transfer event has long been an important connecting point for agricultural producers agribusiness interests and Cooperative Extension specialists In addition to expenditure patterns the survey collected information useful to planning future Farm Progress Days events Marcouiller D W J Preissing and J Alpi 1995 Regional Economic Impact of the Crex Meadows Wildlife Area Assessment of a Proposed Wildlife Education Center Expansion Madison WI Tourism Research and Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This study applied characteristic expenditure patterns to a regional input output model constructed using MicroIMPLAN to estimate the economic impacts associated with an expanded visitor center at the Crex Meadows Wildlife Refuge located in Burnett County Wisconsin A useful comparison of previous expenditure studies is presented in tabular form Average daily trip related expenditures identified in a recent study of eagle watchers on the Wisconsin River was applied to the current and projected annual visits to the Crex Meadows Wildlife Area in Burnett County Results suggest that current visitors spend approximately 2 4 million annually The potential exists with expansion to increase this by 355 000 annually When applied to an input output model of Burnett County these expenditures translate into economic impact measured by income generated and jobs created Norman W C S Hamilton and D W Marcouiller 1995 A Profile of Visitors at the EAA Air Adventure Museum Madison WI Tourism Research and Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This study undertook an examination of the Experimental Aircraft Association Museum in Oshkosh WI Personal interviews were conducted of visitors The research resulted in a visitor profile of EAA visitors trip characteristics of visitors trip motives and activities and economic impact on Winnebago County Using input output analysis this study found that 6 6 million in the local economy was attributable from museum visitors and over 202 jobs were attributable from visitor spending Deller S C A Roth and E Jesse 1994 Economic Issues The Contribution of Dairy to the Wisconsin Economy Madison WI University of Wisconsin Madison In this fact sheet the contribution of the dairy industry to the Wisconsin economy is estimated using an input output approach Dairy farming and manufacturing directly contributes about 10 billion to Wisconsin s economy with an additional 7 billion coming from other industries that are linked to dairy Marcouiller D W 1994 Economic Impacts of the Wisconsin Maritime Museum A Study of Current and Projected Effects Madison WI Tourism Research and Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This study estimated the economic impact of a proposed museum expansion on the Manitowoc County area by translating visitor expenditures estimates resulting from museum expansion into regional economic impact using an input output framework Average daily expenditures of museum visitors from a recent study of the EAA Museum in Oshkosh were applied to the current and projected annual attendance of the Wisconsin Maritime Museum in Manitowoc Results indicate that current visitors spend approximately 1 4 million annually The potential exists with expansion to increase this by 3 8 million annually When applied to an input output model of Manitowoc County these expenditures translate into economic impact measured by income generated and jobs created Norman W C S Hamilton and D W Marcouiller 1994 A Profile of Visitors to the 1993 Experimental Aircraft Association Convention Madison WI Tourism Research and Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension Visitors to the 1993 Experimental Aircraft Association Convention were personally surveyed in order to develop a profile measure visitor expenditures and determine the economic impact The report provided a visitor profile trip characteristics trip satisfaction trip motives and activities visitor expenditures and economic impact analysis Using input output analysis total gross output increased by 83 041 400 as a result of the convention In addition more than 2 500 jobs were created Norman W C D W Marcouiller and S Hamilton 1994 A Profile of Visitors to the 1994 Dane County Fair Madison WI Tourism Research and Resources Center University of Wisconsin Extension This study examined the impact of the Dane County Fair on the local economy A visitor profile was prepared along with information about trip characteristics trip motives and area activities visitor satisfaction and visitor expenditures and their economic impact Input output analysis produced direct indirect and induced impacts of nonresident expenditures which increased the total gross output of the Dane County area by 1 873 200 A total of 27 annual full and part time jobs were created as well Otto D and J Lawrence 1994 Economic Importance of Wisconsin s Pork Industry Ames IA Iowa State University Extension An input output analysis was conducted in the study on the pork industry in Wisconsin The report looked at both backward and forward linkages related to the industry In terms of pork production the report estimated a total of 550 5 million of direct and indirect economic activity in the state s economy In terms of employment the report estimated 1 768 jobs directly related to pork producing and an additional 5 700 jobs created throughout the rest of the economy When the forward linkages into the meatpacking industry are included in the calculations a total of 32 500 jobs are estimated in addition to 3 29 billion of gross economic output Clearly the pork industry has had an enormous impact on Wisconsin s economy and will continue to do so if the state can

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Social Accounting Matrix
    to rely heavily on imported inputs commodities and capital Therefore tourism will generate only a small economic impact on the region and there is little incentive to stop current economic activities that are probably counter to ecosystem based tourism Marcouiller D W D F Schreiner and D K Lewis 1993 Constructing a Social Accounting Matrix to Address Distributive Economics Impacts of Forest Management Regional Science Perspectives 23 2 60 90 This paper documents the use of a Social Accounting Matrix SAM to analyze the distributional impacts brought on by a changes in natural resource use patterns In particular the shift to more intensive modes of forest production are analyzed for McCurtain County in southeastern Oklahoma A hybrid IMPLAN model is developed to construct a SAM with the basic operative unit of the household In this particular study medium and high income households are most impacted by timber production while low income households by wood processing This study provides a detailed account of how to construct a SAM Lake States Examples Leatherman J C and D W Marcouiller 1996 Income Distribution Characteristics of Rural Economic Sectors Implications for Local Development Policy Growth and Change 27 4 434 459 Recent trends suggest increasing reliance on private markets to provide for local economic well being This paper demonstrates the study of regional household income distribution patterns associated with productive activities important to many rural areas A social accounting matrix analysis was used to examine agricultural production agricultural processing forestry production forest products processing and tourism in a small rural region in Southwestern Wisconsin to illustrate the variable distributional characteristics of private market structures and related local economic development policy The ability of local policy to influence distributional patterns is implied to the extent that local action can facilitate variable growth rates of targeted

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