Regional Policy & Planning

Upjohn researchers monitor our immediate region in depth and examine broader urban and regional issues.

We analyze policies that affect industry sectors and regional collaboration. As part of our commitment to our own region, we also create economic forecasts, economic impact studies and policy studies of the economies of western Michigan.

The Institute also investigates how urban and regional labor markets work, from both the demand and the supply sides, and examine how public policy could improve local labor market outcomes. Because small business is crucial to economic development, especially in urban areas, we pay particular attention to the role of entrepreneurs.



All Research

Saturn and State Economic Development

April 1, 1987 · Research

Introduction [to Tax Base Sharing]

January 1, 1987 · Research

Making Tax Abatements More Effective

April 4, 1984 · Research

The Business Climate: Costs Approach

January 1, 1982 · Research