This study estimates the economic effects of carrying out the South Denali Implementation Plan.
The plan provides for construction of new visitor facilities in the South Denali Region. ISER
economists used the IMPLAN input-output modeling system to project the jobs, income, and
sales due to 1) initial construction activity; 2) ongoing operation and maintenance expenses; and
3) additional visitation and visitor spending attributable to the new facilities. The model results
include the effects at the Mat-Su Borough and statewide Alaska levels. Local area impacts are
Colt, Steve, Fay, Ginny, Szymoniak, Nick. 2008. Economic Impact of the South Denali
Implementation Plan. Prepared for the National Park Service, Denali National Park and Preserve
and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough Planning and Land Use Department. Anchorage: University
of Alaska Anchorage Institute of Social and Economic Research.
Table of Contents
Executive Summary / Introduction / Economic Impact Analysis / The Project Plan / Baseline Situation / Scenarios of Future Activity / Results
Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage
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