investment

How City Government can be More Like Investment Banking

August 16, 2019 / Comments Off on How City Government can be More Like Investment Banking

To Be or Not To Be: An Investment Banker There is a reason investment bankers have private jets and drive Range Rovers–they make good investments, and make a lot of money off those great investments. Investment bankers, whether they are investing in companies or real estate, conduct meticulous due diligence and financial analysis before investing […]

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The Positive Impacts of Investments in Camden, NJ on Social Determinants of Health

January 22, 2019 / Comments Off on The Positive Impacts of Investments in Camden, NJ on Social Determinants of Health

After fifty years of social and economic decline, Camden is experiencing a renaissance. The foundation of this turnaround is the partnerships and commitment between state and local governmental entities, business leaders and community stakeholders to develop and implement a holistic strategy focused on improving the city’s fundamental systems. Public safety, education, and neighborhood infrastructure are […]

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Cross-Sector Coalition Explores the Economic and Social Impact of Smart Cities

April 17, 2018 / Comments Off on Cross-Sector Coalition Explores the Economic and Social Impact of Smart Cities

Corporate, government, and academic experts join forces to build a road map and business case for urban transformation PHILADELPHIA, APRIL 16, 2018 ESI ThoughtLab announces the launch of Smarter Cities 2025: Building a Sustainable Business and Financing Plan, a ground-breaking research program that will provide city leaders with a road map to becoming a successful […]

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SEPTA Drives the Economy of Pennsylvania

April 13, 2018 / Comments Off on SEPTA Drives the Economy of Pennsylvania

SEPTA Drives the Economy of Pennsylvania is Econsult Solution’s 2018 Economic Impact Study completed for Pennsylvania’s largest transit authority, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority. Our report to SEPTA is timely as the agency faces significant budget pressures, with looming changes of the contribution of Pennsylvania Turnpike revenues to state transit funding, along with increasing demands on […]

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Vice President and Principal Peter Angelides Presents on Tax Incenvtives at DVRPC Forum

June 23, 2015 / Comments Off on Vice President and Principal Peter Angelides Presents on Tax Incenvtives at DVRPC Forum

ESI vice president and principal Peter Angelides delivered a presentation on how tax incentives can be used to spur development at the regional level during the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s (DVRPC) Regional Community and Economic Development Forum on Friday, June 19. During his presentation, Angelides touched upon a number of topics including property tax abatements, local economic […]

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Recap of Sustainability and Transportation Panel at ESI and Drexel’s Joint Conference

May 28, 2015 / Comments Off on Recap of Sustainability and Transportation Panel at ESI and Drexel’s Joint Conference

The second and final panel of Thursday’s “City and the Environment: Topics in Urban Economic Policy” joint conference, which was sponsored by Drexel University’s School of Economics and Econsult Solutions and was held on Drexel’s campus at Gerri. C. Lebow Hall, featured a discussion on the current and future states of sustainability and urban transportation. […]

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