National University System Institute for Policy Research




Past Years

San Diego Visitor Industry Employment
News & Notes detailing that the San Diego visitors industry employment continues to lag other comparative areas. Continue reading »
Mayoral Special Election (October 2013)
SAN DIEGO – Less than half of all registered voters are expected to cast ballots in the San Diego mayoral special election scheduled for November 19th. That is the conclusion of a new report authored by the National University System Institute for Policy Research (NUSIPR), a regional economic think-tank. Continue reading »
Back to School Shopping in San Diego (August 2013)
SAN DIEGO - This month, back-to-school spending by San Diego families is expected to generate more than $181 million in retail sales. That is the conclusion of a new report authored by the National University System Institute for Policy Research (NUSIPR), a regional economic think-tank. Continue reading »
Comparing How Cities Remove Elected Officials From Office (August 2013)
The National University System Institute for Policy Research (NUSIPR) is releasing today a research paper that outlines how other large US cities with a "Strong Mayor" form of government handle the issue of removing an elected official from office. Continue reading »
Sequestration and the San Diego Job Market (July 2013)
July 16, 2013 - Congressional across-the-board sequestration is negatively impacting the San Diego economy especially among industries dependent on federal funds. A closer look reveals there has been downward pressure on employment in several sectors in the immediate aftermath of key events in the sequestration saga. Continue reading »

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