Leveraging Long Island's Coastal Heritage for the future: Integration and Diversification of Long Island's Coastal Industries.
New York SEA Grant
The New York SEA Grant will focus on the relationship between Long Island's fishing, industry, and tourism and recreational centers. Using Economic modeling and GIS the two year study will identity specific strategies for the revitalization of waterfront areas in multiple cities across Long Island. Undergraduate students in Business and Economics were involved in gathering data and performing analysis for the project. In addition, benchmarking studies will be carried out incorporating other potentially similar areas such as, Boston-Cape Cod, New York-Jersey Shore, and the Chesapeake Bay.
- Impacts of Recent Shocks on Long Island's Tourism: A CGE Model
- The Economic Impacts of Recreational Fishing in Long Island: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis - Published in NYSEA Proceedings, Volume 9; 201
- Economic Growth and Revitalization on Long Island: The Role of the Recreational Fishing and Marine Economy - Published in Academy of Economics and Finance 2017: 29–34
- Impacts of Recent Shocks on Long Island's Tourism: A CGE Model 2016 For AEF meeting, 2016
- Demand for Recreational Fishing in the Long Island Sound A Generalized Demand Approach For EEA Meeting, 2016
- Sites, Modes, or Species, the Impact of Taste on Recreational Fishing Choice For EEA Meeting, 2017
- Leveraging Long Island's Coastal Heritage for the Future: Integration and Diversification of Long Island's Coastal Industries
Survey report: Long Island Tourism and Recreational Survey (2015-2016)
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