Economist required for Economic impact study of shifting government expenditures

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Accounting & Consulting Financial Planning Posted 1 year ago

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Less than 30 hrs/week
More than 6 months

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Economic Study

Hello

How are you?

For the project I need a brief summary of the economic impact for the local government when they shift the spending from electricity consumption to manufacturing and job creation. By upgrading the infrastructure by taking cash expenditure being spent on electricity, and moving the cash expenditure to improving the infrastructure and eliminating the current costs of electricity consumption.  Including a brief, Micro/Macro description.  I want to touch base on the benefits of lowering imports of finished goods by manufacturing the product locally.  The global shift for this product has already begun and is growing exponentially every year for the next 10 years.  We want to be a part of the Environmental change that is taking place.

The project can be explained in more detail if you qualify for the position.

This project is to be presented to governments to demonstrate the economic impact of creating more jobs, while lowering imports, and potentially increasing exports at a macro level for a specific product.  



What I want this comprehensive presentation to outline is the tax benefits, increased taxes on consumable goods, higher standard of living for citizens, high paying local job creation for more than 1000 full time positions over the next 10 years.



Long term part time position is available for future projects.

Warm Regards


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