National University System Institute for Policy Research




San Diego's Unbalanced Jobs Recovery (December 2014)
SAN DIEGO - Recovering from the 2008-09 recession has been prolonged and challenging. San Diego's struggle in recovery was not broad based or evenly spread across all economic sectors. Continue reading »
November 2014 Election Eve Analysis (November 2014)
SAN DIEGO - On the eve of Election Day, the National University System Institute for Policy Research (NUSIPR) is now projecting only about a third of registered voters will cast ballots by Tuesday. Continue reading »
November 2014 Election Analysis (October 2014)
SAN DIEGO - As early voting begins today in the November 4th gubernatorial general election, the National University System Institute for Policy Research (NUSIPR) identified key dynamics to look for in the election cycle. Using GIS software and data from the Registrar of Voters, NUSIPR evaluated results from the previous June election and made new assessments for November. Continue reading »
North County Craft Brew Report (August 2014)
Since 2010, craft brewing in San Diego has soared, creating hundreds of new jobs and fostering millions of dollars in new investment. As a region, North County has benefited from this investment. However, it is unclear what factors are driving growth in North County and what factors are hindering greater opportunity. To explore these questions, National University System Institute for Policy Research, in partnership with the San Diego North Economic Development Council, used business records and survey data to measure how North County is participating in the business of craft brewing. Continue reading »
Economic Impact of Endurance Events (August 2014)
SAN DIEGO - Participatory endurance events such as marathons, open water swims, and triathlons have a significant economic impact in San Diego County. That is the conclusion of a new report published today by the National University System Institute for Policy Research (NUSIPR), a regional think tank based in Torrey Pines. Continue reading »

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