Presentations by Category

Arts and Culture

Building on the Past, Facing the Future: Renewing the Creative Economy of New Mexico
August 1, 2014
A study funded by the NM Department of Cultural Affairs to examine the role of art & culture in the local economy.
PDF Version [591.1 K]
Arts & Cultural Industries in Albuquerque - Bernalillo County
March 13, 2008
The Arts and Cultural Industries in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County are mainstays of the regional economy Arts and cultural industries g enerate $1.2 billion in revenues, $413 million in wages, and 19,500 jobs, totaling 6% of all employment in the County Half of this activity is funded by dollars from outside the region, generating economic growth and opportunity. This is the 22 page presentation.
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The Economic Importance of Santa Fe's Arts & Cultural Industries
November 1, 2004
In 2002, Santa Fe’s arts & cultural industries (A&CI) and cultural tourism generated over $1 billion in receipts, employed 12,567 workers (17.5% of total employment in Santa Fe county), and paid $231.5 million in wages and salaries. Just over one-half of employment and wages are generated by industries that are either directly engaged in the creation, presentation or preservation of art and/or cultural activities, or indirectly engaged with cultural content but not themselves “source activities”. The balance is generated by the tourism industry to the extent that tourism is associated with an interest in Santa Fe’s art, cultural and historical attractions.
PDF Version [249.7 K]

Census 2020

2020 Census: How Communities Can Prepare
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
2020 Census: How Communities Can Prepare
November 15, 2017
New Mexico State Data Center Affiliates Meeting and Workshop
Road to 2020
May 4, 2017
The Albuquerque "Road to 2020" meeting on May 3, 2017
PDF Version [3.4 MB]

Community & Regional Development

The Effects of Complex Land Use Regulation on Commercial Property Development in the City of Al
November 14, 2016
The City of Albuquerque is updating the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and to simplify zoning regulations in order to streamline the development process, improve economic development, and protect neighborhoods is creating an Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO). The City contracted with UNM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) to assess the effects of complex land use regulations on commercial property development.
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The Effects of Complex Land Use Regulation on Property Development in the City of Albuquerque
April 22, 2016
The City of Albuquerque is updating the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and creating an Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) to simplify zoning regulations in order to streamline the development process, improve economic development, and protect neighborhoods. The City contracted with UNM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) to assess the effects of complex land use regulations on commercial property development. Specifically, does complex zoning cause development to be delayed or abandoned and which zoning combinations are causing issues.
PDF Version [828.2 K]

Data Users Conference

NM Tax Data Sources
November 16, 2017
Data Users Conference
PDF Version [2.5 MB]
2020 Census: How Communities Can Prepare
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
New Mexico Population Updates
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
How the Census Bureau Measures Poverty
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
New Mexico's Economy: Current Situation and Outlook
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
Happiness and Wellbeing Measures and Public Policy
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
The Effects of Complex Land Use Regulation on Commercial Property Development in the City of Al
November 14, 2016
The City of Albuquerque is updating the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and to simplify zoning regulations in order to streamline the development process, improve economic development, and protect neighborhoods is creating an Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO). The City contracted with UNM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) to assess the effects of complex land use regulations on commercial property development.
PDF Version [829.0 K]
2016 Economic Outlook
November 14, 2016
The New Mexico Economy: Recent Developments and outlook
PDF Version [1.3 MB]
New Mexico Population Updates
November 14, 2016
2020 Census, GPS Populationa Estimates and Projections
PDF Version [364.7 K]
The US and New Mexico Economies: Recent Developments and Outlook
November 19, 2015
Jeffrey Mitchell, UNM Bureau of Business and Economic Research - Luncheon Speaker
PDF Version [1.3 MB]
Census Basics and American FactFinder
November 19, 2015
Suzan Reagan, UNM Bureau of Business and Economic Research
PDF Version [5.1 MB]
NM Population Estimates and Projections
November 19, 2015
Robert Rhatigan, Geospatial Population Studies UNM
PDF Version [3.7 MB]

Economic Assessment

Return on Investment of New Mexico SUN PATH Program
September 22, 2017
SUN PATH Statewide Advisory Council
2016 Economic Outlook
November 14, 2016
The New Mexico Economy: Recent Developments and outlook
PDF Version [1.3 MB]

Economic Forecasting

NM Economy, 2017 and the State Budget FY18
February 10, 2017
Lee Reynis presented to the NM Women's Agenda on February 4, 2017 covering the NM economy in light of budget issues.
PDF Version [1.1 MB]
2016 Economic Outlook
November 14, 2016
The New Mexico Economy: Recent Developments and outlook
PDF Version [1.3 MB]
NM Economy: Recent Developments, Outlook & Opportunities (August 2016)
August 31, 2016
Presentation to the Office of Senator Martin Heinrich (Presented by Dr. Jeffrey Mitchell) NM has underperformed the nation in recovery from Great Recession – still well below pre-Recession employment levels. Slow recovery has resulted in out-migration, smaller labor force.
PDF Version [1.5 MB]
The US and NM Economies: Recent Developments and Outlook
January 20, 2016
A presentation to NM the Legislative Finance Committee Presented by Jeffrey Mitchell, Director, UNM-BBER
PDF Version [1.2 MB]
2015 New Mexico's Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook
January 1, 2015
2015 Economic Outlook - 10th Annual Conference
PDF Version [1.4 MB]
2014 NM Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook (Annual NM Economic Outlook Conference)
January 1, 2014
2014 NM Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook (Annual NM Economic Outlook Conference)
PDF Version [1.5 MB]
2013 NM Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook (Annual NM Economic Outlook Conference)
January 15, 2013
2013 NM Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook (Annual NM Economic Outlook Conference)
PDF Version [932.1 K]
State of the Economy: US, New Mexico
January 11, 2013
State of the Economy: US, New Mexico (NM Women's Agenda Lobbying Workshop)
PDF Version [715.0 K]

Economic Impact

Return on Investment of New Mexico SUN PATH Program
September 22, 2017
SUN PATH Statewide Advisory Council
Building on the Past, Facing the Future: Renewing the Creative Economy of New Mexico
January 15, 2015
A study funded by the NM Department of Cultural Affairs to examine the role of art & culture in the local economy.
PDF Version [814.1 K]
Building on the Past, Facing the Future: Renewing the Creative Economy of New Mexico
August 1, 2014
A study funded by the NM Department of Cultural Affairs to examine the role of art & culture in the local economy.
PDF Version [591.1 K]
Arts & Cultural Industries in Albuquerque - Bernalillo County
March 13, 2008
The Arts and Cultural Industries in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County are mainstays of the regional economy Arts and cultural industries g enerate $1.2 billion in revenues, $413 million in wages, and 19,500 jobs, totaling 6% of all employment in the County Half of this activity is funded by dollars from outside the region, generating economic growth and opportunity. This is the 22 page presentation.
PDF Version [1.7 MB]
The Economic Importance of Santa Fe's Arts & Cultural Industries
November 1, 2004
In 2002, Santa Fe’s arts & cultural industries (A&CI) and cultural tourism generated over $1 billion in receipts, employed 12,567 workers (17.5% of total employment in Santa Fe county), and paid $231.5 million in wages and salaries. Just over one-half of employment and wages are generated by industries that are either directly engaged in the creation, presentation or preservation of art and/or cultural activities, or indirectly engaged with cultural content but not themselves “source activities”. The balance is generated by the tourism industry to the extent that tourism is associated with an interest in Santa Fe’s art, cultural and historical attractions.
PDF Version [249.7 K]

Economy - General

New Mexico Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook
November 20, 2017
Revenue Stabilization and Tax Policy Committee
New Mexico's Economy: Current Situation and Outlook
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
The Economy and Drought, the 1950s and Today, NM and Las Cruces MSA
October 23, 2017
AUBER 2017 Fall Conference
2016 Economic Outlook
November 14, 2016
The New Mexico Economy: Recent Developments and outlook
PDF Version [1.3 MB]
NM Economy: Recent Developments, Outlook & Opportunities (August 2016)
August 31, 2016
Presentation to the Office of Senator Martin Heinrich (Presented by Dr. Jeffrey Mitchell) NM has underperformed the nation in recovery from Great Recession – still well below pre-Recession employment levels. Slow recovery has resulted in out-migration, smaller labor force.
PDF Version [1.5 MB]
Recent Developments and Outlook for US and NM Economies (A Presentation to NM Bankers Assoc)
March 1, 2016
New Mexico Economic Current Situation oEmployment growth, slow since 2009 but stronger in FY2015 (1.4%), has again slowed (0.6% in 2015Q3 & 0.4% in 2015Q4). Weak start to 2016. oIn FY2015, 64% (4,400 of 6,900) new jobs were in healthcare; 40% of these in ‘social assistance’ and 60% outside metro areas. oMining employment remained resilient for 3 quarters after price fall (June 2014-March 2015) but has begun to fall since. Rig counts continue to decline (102 at end-2014 to 18 last week).
PDF Version [1.0 MB]
The US and NM Economies: Recent Developments and Outlook
January 20, 2016
A presentation to NM the Legislative Finance Committee Presented by Jeffrey Mitchell, Director, UNM-BBER
PDF Version [1.2 MB]
Building on the Past, Facing the Future: Renewing the Creative Economy of New Mexico
January 15, 2015
A study funded by the NM Department of Cultural Affairs to examine the role of art & culture in the local economy.
PDF Version [814.1 K]
Building on the Past, Facing the Future: Renewing the Creative Economy of New Mexico
August 1, 2014
A study funded by the NM Department of Cultural Affairs to examine the role of art & culture in the local economy.
PDF Version [591.1 K]
2014 NM Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook (Annual NM Economic Outlook Conference)
January 1, 2014
2014 NM Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook (Annual NM Economic Outlook Conference)
PDF Version [1.5 MB]
2013 NM Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook (Annual NM Economic Outlook Conference)
January 15, 2013
2013 NM Economy: Recent Developments and Outlook (Annual NM Economic Outlook Conference)
PDF Version [932.1 K]
State of the Economy: US, New Mexico
January 11, 2013
State of the Economy: US, New Mexico (NM Women's Agenda Lobbying Workshop)
PDF Version [715.0 K]

Employment

New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions
November 16, 2017
New Mexico Data Users Conference
Jobs or People: What Goes First?
November 10, 2017
Leadership New Mexico Fall Leadership Udpate

Energy

Goodbye Coal, Hello Renewables
September 19, 2017
100 Percent Renewable New Mexico Conference

Land Use and Housing Policy

The Effects of Complex Land Use Regulation on Commercial Property Development in the City of Al
November 14, 2016
The City of Albuquerque is updating the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and to simplify zoning regulations in order to streamline the development process, improve economic development, and protect neighborhoods is creating an Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO). The City contracted with UNM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) to assess the effects of complex land use regulations on commercial property development.
PDF Version [829.0 K]
The Effects of Complex Land Use Regulation on Property Development in the City of Albuquerque
April 22, 2016
The City of Albuquerque is updating the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and creating an Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) to simplify zoning regulations in order to streamline the development process, improve economic development, and protect neighborhoods. The City contracted with UNM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) to assess the effects of complex land use regulations on commercial property development. Specifically, does complex zoning cause development to be delayed or abandoned and which zoning combinations are causing issues.
PDF Version [828.2 K]

MainStreet

Public Finance

A Review of MRGCD Finances
April 8, 2017
Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District Board of Directors Meeting
NM Economy, 2017 and the State Budget FY18
February 10, 2017
Lee Reynis presented to the NM Women's Agenda on February 4, 2017 covering the NM economy in light of budget issues.
PDF Version [1.1 MB]

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