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The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at The University of Utah develops and shares economic, demographic and public policy data and research that help individuals and the community make informed decisions. Use the tools on this page to filter content by type, author, year, and subject matter. If you are unable to find a particular publication, please contact the Gardner Policy Institute at gardnerinstitute@utah.edu

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Utah economy expected to continue to prosper in 2017

Salt Lake City (January 18, 2017) — Utah’s economic expansion is expected to continue in 2017, according to the latest Economic Report to the Governor. The report, released today and presented to Gov. Gary Herbert at the Salt Lake Chamber’s annual Utah Economic Review, documents Utah’s strong economic performance in 2016 and forecasts another favorable […]

January 18, 2017
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New election brief highlights Utah’s teacher turnover rates and potential for teacher shortages

SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 21, 2016 — Utah’s education system faces high turnover rates and potential for teacher shortages, according to a study released today by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, the Utah Education Policy Center, and the Hinckley Institute of Politics.

October 21, 2016
New population and employment projections for Utah through 2065 set to be released

SALT LAKE CITY — Oct. 11, 2016 — The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute will release new provisional long-term population and employment projections for the state of Utah this week, showing Utah’s population is projected to reach 5.5 million people by the year 2065. This research is funded by Utah State Legislature in order to […]

October 12, 2016
Mayor Ben McAdams, Dave Robinson to Discuss Issues in Public Forum

Mayor Ben McAdams, Dave Robinson to Discuss Issues in Public Forum Hinckley Institute of Politics and Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute sponsor “Candidate Conversations” as part of INFORMED DECISIONS 2016

October 1, 2016
University of Utah unveils new Thomas S. Monson Center at newly renovated Enos A. Wall Mansion

SALT LAKE CITY — Aug. 24, 2016 — The University of Utah today unveiled the newly refurbished Enos A. Wall Mansion at an event commemorating the reopening of this historic building. The structure, in the heart of Salt Lake City, has been renamed the Thomas S. Monson Center after the current president of The Church […]

August 24, 2016
Utah construction marks 5 years of post-recession growth

Salt Lake City (July 19, 2016) – Utah’s construction industry has experienced five consecutive years of expansion, growing to $6.9 billion in 2015, according to recent analysis conducted by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business.

July 19, 2016
U Institutes: Utahns Concerned about Education, Taxes and Infrastructure

Salt Lake City (June 16, 2016) — Utahns want more early childhood education and teacher support. They are open to taxing online purchases and reconsidering the gas tax. And they remain concerned about the service levels provided by Utah Transit Authority.

June 16, 2016
Tourists spent a record $7.98 billion in Utah

Salt Lake City (May 25,2016) – Travelers to Utah spent a record $7.98 billion in the state in 2014 and generated an estimated $1.09 billion in total state and local tax revenue, according to a recent study completed by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at the David Eccles School of Business. Domestic and international visitor […]

May 25, 2016
Hinckley & Gardner Policy Institute help Utah voters make informed decisions in 2016

Salt Lake City (April 18, 2016) – The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute and Hinckley Institute of Politics will produce a series of 2016 election products that will help Utah voters make informed decisions. Called “Informed Decisions 2016,” the collaboration will identify the most important issues on voters’ minds, analyze these issues, and host candidate […]

April 18, 2016
Neighborhoods in Herriman, Midvale, Murray, Salt Lake City, and South Jordan exhibit fastest growth in Salt Lake County since 2010

Salt Lake City (Jan. 28, 2016) – A new report released by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute provides estimates at the neighborhood-level of Salt Lake County’s growth and development since 2010. Utah’s largest county added approximately 62,000 people since the turn of the decade, a population roughly the size of South Jordan.

January 28, 2016

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