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Economic and Policy Analysis (RESI)

About RESI

History

The Regional Economic Studies Institute is a unit of the Division of Innovation & Applied Research and is considered a department of the university. RESI was formed in 1989 at the University of Baltimore and moved to Towson University in 1996. Over the years, RESI has established itself as Towson University's research and consulting arm and a leading expert on Maryland's economy.

Values

As markets, economic factors, and public policy are ever-changing, RESI continues to enhance and expand its services and expertise. RESI dedicates itself to providing the highest level of services to decision-makers in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. RESI emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach that combines knowledge with technology.

Expertise

RESI provides a vast array of economic and policy analysis services to a wide range of public and private clientele. Some of the core services provided by RESI include forecasting, economic and fiscal impact analysis, and technical writing.

RESI's association with Towson University is a mutually beneficial partnership that allows the exchange of ideas and expertise across varied fields of study. Professors and RESI consultants often partner to provide expert knowledge and resources to clients as necessary. This pool of experience has enabled the group to conduct research and make conclusions and recommendations based on the best information currently available.



Division of Innovation & Applied Research
RESI
Office Location: 7801 York Road, Suite 260

Phone: 410-704-7374
E-mail: resi@towson.edu


Raquel Frye


RESI Managing Director Raquel Frye is responsible for the administration and management of RESI economic and policy analysis projects for various clients in the public, private and non-profit sectors.



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