Montana’s natural abundance upholds a vibrant business economy. But how does one measure our state’s natural capital?
Housing Trouble in Paradise
By Abigail St. Lawrence
Housing may seem like a sudden crisis, but a combination of factors have been converging for over a decade to produce Montana’s current market conditions.
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High-Tech Soars Despite Pandemic
By Christina Quick Henderson
Montana’s high-tech companies not only survived, but even benefited from the dynamics of a pandemic economy, generating more than $2.9 billion in revenue.
Implementing the National Environmental Policy Act on National Forests
By Todd Morgan, Mike Niccolucci and Erik Berg
A review of U.S. Forest Service land management accomplishments, budget and litigation since complying with the National Environmental Policy Act.
The Bureau of Business and Economic Research has been providing information about Montana’s state and local economies for more than 70 years. Located at the University of Montana, the bureau is the research and public service branch of the College of Business.
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