New Publications from the Bay Area Council Economic Institute
The Bay Area Council Economic Institute is pleased to announce the availability of four new reports on regional economic issues.
- In the Fast Lane: Improving Reliability, Stabilizing Local Funding, and Enabling the Transportation Systems of the Future in Alameda County analyzes Alameda County’s transportation system and its role in regional mobility, with a particular focus on the County’s Transportation Expenditure Plan.
—July 2014 (PDF: 76 pages, 14.8 MB)
- UC Berkeley: Stimulating Entrepreneurship in the Bay Area and Nationwide documents the economic contributions of companies founded by UC Berkeley students, alumni and faculty.
—May 2014 (PDF: 64 pages, 3.2 MB)
- Full Practice Authority for Nurse Practitioners Increases Access and Controls Cost is the latest in a series of Institute analyses on healthcare services and cost control.
—April 2014: Spotlight Brief (PDF: 2 pages, 855 KB)
—April 2014: Technical Appendix (PDF: 20 pages, 434 KB)
- An Assessment of Public-Private Partnership Opportunities for the Proposed Extension of the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center to the Mission Bay Area of San Francisco evaluates the feasibility of moving the research and clinical activities of the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center (currently located at Fort Miley in northwest San Francisco) to new facilities at Mission Bay developed through a public-private partnership.
—March 2014 (PDF: 52 pages, 4.3 MB)