Tim Duy calculates UO’s economic “footprint”
The University of Oregon is a multi-billion dollar contributor to the state economy that planted a $2.3 billion footprint on Oregon’s fiscal landscape last year, according to a new study by UO economics professor Tim Duy.
In addition, nearly $1.3 billion constituted new economic activity that wouldn’t have happened without the university. Add to that more than 10,000 people who are employed by the UO, including student workers, regular employees and Graduate Teaching Fellows (GTFs).
Read the full article that appeared in Around the O.