Center for Strategic Economic Research
With continued improvement, job growth in the Sacramento Region moved above the statewide and national averages - Quarterly Economic Report, Fourth Quarter 2013
Slightly slower job growth is expected in the Sacramento Region over the next 12 months - Sacramento Region Business Forecast, Third Quarter 2013 Update
Third Quarter 2013 California Economic Snapshot released in collaboration with CA Academy for Economic Development
The Sacramento Region moved up two spots to rank seventh on the 2013 Prosperity Index
The Center for Strategic Economic Research (CSER) is an economic research and consulting group specializing in applied research and strategy development in the regional economics and economic development fields. The organization has been engaged in regional economic research activities for over 30 years and is actively involved in economic development initiatives through its longstanding relationships with various economic development entities. CSER provides a full range of objective economic and demographic research services to government entities, businesses, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions throughout the country. Public and private sector clients look to CSER's unique research expertise to help them make informed decisions through the strategic application of objective economic analysis and expert guidance. Every project is successfully completed on time, within budget, and in accordance with the highest quality standards.

CSER's primary services include:

  • Economic Development Strategies
  • Economic and Tax Impact Studies
  • Market and Feasibility Analyses
  • Industry Studies
  • Workforce Studies
  • Economic and Demographic Profiles
  • Policy Analysis and Program Evaluation Support
  • Research Validation and Peer Review
  • Site Selection Information and Research
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CSER is the economic researchpartner of the CALED-managed California Academy for Economic Development.