The August business survey from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Bureau of Business
Research is now available.
After shaking off its winter doldrums, the U.S. economy has begun to accelerate,
and can expect to experience strong growth through the remainder of 2014....
The Bureau of Business Research has launched a monthly initiative through our Leading
Economic Indicator reports to measure and project the condition of the Nebraska
View the July Leading Economic Indicator Reports
The MATC project final report 'Alternative Funding Mechanisms for State Transportation Systems
in Predominantly Rural States' is now available for download.
Principal Investigator: John Anderson
Co-Principal Investigator: Eric Thompson
The BBR has released its final report on the economic and tax revenue impact of
coal industry activity in Nebraska.
UNL economists Dr. Eric Thompson and Dr. John Anderson have released a final report
on a recent tax modernization study prepared for the Lincoln and Omaha chambers of
commerce. The findings call for changes to the state's tax system.
The Bureau of Business Research prepares quarterly reports to gauge economic development
for the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development.
View the 2013 3rd Quarter Report
The BBR conducts both contract and sponsored research on the economy of Nebraska
and its communities including:
In addition, the BBR also competes for research funding from federal government
agencies and private foundations from around the nation. The BBR further contributes
to the academic mission of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln through scholarly
publication and the education of students.
The Bureau of Business Research (BBR) is an applied economic and business research
entity of the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Located in the Department of Economics, the BBR exists to accomplish two primary
purposes. First, it provides relevant information and insightful data on economic
conditions, in Nebraska, the Great Plains, and the nation as a general service to
individuals and businesses in the state. Second, the BBR provides economists with
practical opportunities to conduct applied economic research and trains students
of economics and business in the conduct of applied research on timely economic
and business topics. The BBR regularly publishes reports summarizing its sponsored
research studies and also publishes outlooks and analyses in the newsletter The
Bureau of Business Research, CBA 347
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Lincoln, NE 68588-0406
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