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Economic Impact of the North Carolina Banking System

This research will develop a North Carolina statewide economic input-output model to examine the economic impact of North Carolina’s banking system on the state’s economy. Impacts will be measured in terms of gross state product, employment, labor income, and state tax revenues. Inputs into the model will be assessed in cooperation with personnel from the NC Banking Association.

Economic Vitality
December 31, 2023
– April 30, 2024

Project Details

Funded by North Carolina Banking Association

(External Funding)

Administrative Unit

Center for Economic Research and Policy Analysis (CERPA)

Research Theme

Project Team Members

Dr. Owen Ash Morgan

Director of CERPA
Professor

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