Envelope Economics specializes in socioeconomic modelling, cost-benefit analysis and research.
Government and the private sector need to know their broader impact on the economy. Combing various economic models (such as Statistics Canada’s Input-Output Model) with various other methods and data, we can create a whole picture of the economic impact of a whole industry or a small investment project, including impacts on GDP, employment, trade, and incomes. These studies do not need to be complex and can be tailored to clients needs. A project could be a short paragraph to enhance a funding proposal to a complex papers with an advanced look at environmental and health effects.
- Canada’s Aquaculture Industry: Potential Production Growth and Footprint
- Health Impact of Fish Consumption in Canada
- Economic Impact of Investment in Shaftesbury Studio on Ontario and Canada
A cost-benefit analysis is used to support decision making for government and businesses. It weighs the benefits and costs of new regulations, policy, or investment not just on businesses or citizens but the whole country. Significant research is completed to ensure that as many costs and benefits are quantified to best represent the various options. Envelope Economics has been involved in many stages of the CBA process.
- Cost-Benefit Analysis of Proposed Temporary Resident Biometrics Regulations
- Cost-Benefit Analysis of E. Coli Cattle Vaccine in Canada
- Profile of Affected Parties: Canada’s Railway Transportation Industry
- Cost-benefit Identification Session: Canada’s Feed and Fertilizer Regulations
- Case Studies and Tools for Ontario RIA Training
Envelope Economics also provides research support, such as literature reviews, meta-analysis, what-if analysis and document searches in a wide variety of areas.
- Literature Review of Canadian Trucking Standards in Canada
- Summaries of Benefits and Programs for Canada/U.S. Regulatory Harmonization and Cooperation in 6 Key Areas
- Comparing Canada’s Salmon Farming Productivity Across Countries
Other Economics Research
- Insights into Canada’s Abysmal Post-2000 Productivity Performance from Decompositions of Labour Productivity Growth by Industry and Province
- 2011 Ontario Budget—Controlling Growth in Health-Care Spending Is Key to Budget Commitment to Balance the Books
- Quebec Budget 2011: Budget Moves Quebec in Right Direction—But Commitment and More Specifics Needed
- For Manufacturing Employees, the Recession Lingers On
Note: All of the above reports above are available for free, but are copyright of their respective institutions.
Please contact Eric for a full C.V. or to discuss possible projects.