Presenters: David Listokin and Michael Lahr
Location: SUT 2.114
David Listokin and Michael Lahr developed the Preservation Economic Impact Model (PEIM), specialized software widely used by state agencies and consulting firms to analyze the economic impacts of historic preservation. They have completed economic impact analyses for nine states, including twice in Texas, and for Route 66. Currently, they are completing a fifth annual report on the economic impacts of the federal historic tax credit for the National Trust Community Investment Corporation.
Michael Lahr is associate research professor at the Edward J Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University. He has modeled and measured the economic consequences of investments, events, and programs for over 30 years.
David Listokin is distinguished professor and co-director at the Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University. He is a leading authority on community and fiscal impact analysis, housing policy, land-use regulation, and historic preservation.