Leeds School of Business

University of Colorado Boulder

BRD Publications

Oil and Gas Operations: Updated Economic Assessment of Colorado Oil and Gas Industry in 2013

Wed, 07/30/2014 - 15:13

Summary: This summary of the economic and fiscal contributions of the oil and gas industry in Colorado updates a number of economic and fiscal metrics based on 2013 data. Download The Current ReportRead more »

SOS Q2 Indicators Report

Fri, 07/25/2014 - 07:35

The Colorado Secretary of State's Office released its quarterly Economic Indicators for the State of Colorado report today. Moderate employment expansion in Colorado for the second half of 2014 is expected based on a second-quarter report by the Business Research Division, released today by Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler. Download The Current ReportRead more »

Colorado Business Review, Issue 3, 2014

Thu, 07/10/2014 - 06:30

Download The Colorado Business Review, Issue 3, 2014 Colorado’s economy continues to outperform the nation’s in 2014. Industry forecasts presented at the Colorado Business Economic Outlook in December are reviewed midway through the year. It appears the state is poised for further growth in 2014. Read/Download the Colorado Business Review, Issue 3, 2014Read more »

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) Q3 2014

Tue, 07/01/2014 - 14:59

Download The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) Q3 2014 Colorado business leaders’ expectations going into Q3 2014 remain positive, inching higher for the next quarter. Read/Download the LBCI Q3 2014Read more »

Colorado Business Review, Issue 2, 2014

Mon, 06/16/2014 - 20:42

Colorado's Professional and Business Services Sector Download the Colorado Business Review, Issue 2, 2014 Professional and Business Services (PBS) has the third-largest share of Colorado's employment, accounts for 14% of the state's GDP, and impacts nearly every industry and company in Colorado. Companies in this sector provide a wide variety of business services--from accounting and legal, to architectural and computer systems design. The articles in this issue highlight services provided by Colorado companies working in PBS as well as where the industry is headed. Colorado Engineers--The Problem Solvers The engineering profession contributed $3.1 billion in wages to Colorado's economy in... Read more »

Quarterly Business & Economic Indicators

Wed, 04/16/2014 - 20:40

Colorado Secretary of State’s Office The Business Research Division is working with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office to produce the Quarterly Business & Economic Indicators newsletter. Based on correlations between various business filing data from the Secretary of State’s Office and economic metrics, the reports give public policy and business leaders another tool for making sound decisions. Learn more at the Colorado Secretary of State's website. Colorado Quarterly Business & Economic Indicators ReportsRead more »

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) Q1 2014

Sun, 02/16/2014 - 19:19

Publication The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) Q1 2014 January 2014 Author: Business Research Division The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter. Read/DownloadRead more »

Forty-Ninth Annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook (2014)

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 19:21

Colorado Business Economic Outlook The Colorado Business Economic Outlook is the longest-running forecast of the Colorado economy. Initially presented at an event in Denver in early December, the forecast analyzes changes that have taken place in industry sectors during the past year and looks at the events and activities that will shape changes in population and employment, and in the overall economy for the coming year. In the next year, the BRD will once again be at the forefront of Colorado's economic forecasting as it presents the forty-ninth annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook on December 9 at the Denver Marriott... Read more »
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