Miami-Dade County conducts economic, financial and programmatic research and analyses, and develops socioeconomic policy recommendations in collaboration with other County agencies and private sector stakeholders. The Economic Development division manages the development and maintenance of economic databases necessary for effective policy making, provides a point of interface with the business community and makes presentations on economic issues to the public.
Other responsibilities include:
- Prepare reports on current economic conditions and business cycle trends for the administration and the Board of County Commissioners. These reports are often disseminated to the public through the department’s web site and public media outlets.
- Provide economic statistical profiles covering local longer-term trends and specific topic areas, such as local macroeconomic trends, socioeconomic conditions and international trade.
- Provide socioeconomic profiles of County Commission districts and economic development priority areas of the County, as well as estimates of economic impacts from county capital projects, operating expenditures and economic development projects receiving County financial support.
Economic Analysis & Policy Research
Monthly and quarterly publications are released presenting economic analysis in Miami-Dade County.
Economic & Demographic Profiles
Annual economic and demographic profiles and reports of Miami-Dade County.
Research Notes on Economic Issues
This occasional paper series will explore major issues and evaluate the potential impacts they may have on the local economy and residents of the County.
Reports and documents produced for presentations held at workshops and conferences.
Social Economic Development Council
The Social Economic Development Council (SEDC) suggests and recommends to the Board of County Commissioners the appropriate short and long-term policies and measures to reactivate the economy of the County, with special attention to the needs of low income segments of population in an effort to reduce socio-economic disparities.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Mon Sep 16, 2013 4:39:12 PM
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