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Welcome to the Bureau of Business and Economic Research

The Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) at the University of New Mexico is committed to contributing to the understanding of economic and demographic issues in New Mexico by collecting and disseminating information, providing technical expertise, and analyzing and conducting applied research for a diverse constituency including community organizations, businesses, labor unions, government officials, academia, students and others. Through these efforts, BBER will further the public service and educational missions of the University of New Mexico and contribute to the economic well-being of New Mexico residents.

News & events

Check here regularly for information about the latest socioeconomic and demographic research.

17th Annual New Mexico Data Users Conference

Thursday, November 19, 2015 from 7:45 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. at CNM Workforce Training Center 5600 Eagle Rock Ave, Albuquerque, NM 87113. Registration is now available.

Details forthcoming

Recent publications and presentations

Mid-May 2015 Apartment Survey

New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority contracts with BBER to survey vacancy rates and rental data in communities across NM.

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Economic Impacts of the UNM Health Sciences Center on the New Mexico Economy

This report describes the impacts, in terms of jobs, income, economic output and taxes, of UNM HSC on the State economy.

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New Mexico's Creative Economy Report

The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs commissioned BBER to study the role of arts and cultural industries in New Mexico's economy. The resulting report, Building on the Past, Facing the Future: Renewing the Creative Economy of New Mexico, reviews the economic impact of those creative industries, discusses the challenges and opportunities, and concludes with policy recommendations.

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Slide presentation of findings, Dec 17, 2014 >>

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