We have been providing economic impact analysis to clients throughout the world since 1985.
WHAT IS YOUR IMPACT?
JUST THINK - If your institution just didn't exist
THE BIG NUMBER - $100 Million a year could disappear from your area if you weren't there.
TAXES - $10 Million a year in taxes wouldn't get to Washington, the State Capital,the County and City Hall.
COMMUNITY SERVICE - There could be $750,000 less in value. There could be fewer student teachers, nursing students serving in free clinics, leaves raked and hosuses painted.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD - $ 3 Million less in value. Neighbors couldn't go to your lectures, concerts and games. They couldn't walk, jog and bike on your lovely grounds. They couldn't put their kids in your summer camps.
Kevin Stokes, CEO
Kevin Stokes is one of the leading providers of Economic Impact studies for private Universities. He has developed a unique method for determining the impact of higher education on municipal budgets. His clients have included Biola University (CA), DePauw University (IN), Franklin College (IN), Hope College (MI), Loma Linda University (CA), Lyon College (AR), Roger Williams University (RI), University of Bridgeport (CT), University of the Southern Caribbean (Trinidad), and Washington and Lee University (VA).
Clients in healthcare have gained from his expertise in the areas of analysis of variance, certificate of need application, management training, market definition, mergers and acquisitions, personnel development, statistical regression, trend analysis and value of life analysis. Clients have included Adventist Health System-Asia (Singapore), Adventist Living Centers (IL) , Brooke Grove Healthcare (MD), Battle Creek Adventist Hospital (MI), Fuller Memorial Hospital (MA), Geer Memorial Hospital (CT), Gritman Hospital (ID), HMO Nebraska, Kentucky Poison Control Center, Louisville Medical Center Development Corporation (KY), Pullman Memorial Hospital (WA), Sacred Heart Hospital (WA) and the World Health Organization.
Mr. Stokes received his B.A. from Andrews University in Michigan and his M.A. in Economics from Washington State University. He has served as adjunct Professor of Economics and Statistics at Webster University.