Global Journal of Accounting, Economics and Finance

Perspective - Global Journal of Accounting, Economics and Finance ( 2022) Volume 5, Issue 3

A systematic approach to assessing economic impact studies

L Pereira*
Department of International Logistics, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, South Korea
*Corresponding Author:
L Pereira, Department of International Logistics, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, South Korea, Email:

Received: 15-Nov-2022, Manuscript No. GJAEF-23-86758; Editor assigned: 18-Nov-2022, Pre QC No. GJAEF-23-86758(PQ); Reviewed: 02-Dec-2022, QC No. GJAEF-23-86758; Revised: 08-Dec-2022, Manuscript No. GJAEF-23-86758(R); Published: 16-Dec-2022, DOI: 10.15651/2504-9992.22.5.111


Organizations employ Economic Impact Analysis (EIA) as a technique to determine the direct and indirect effects that businesses have on a market or economy, as well as the effects that the impact that investments and public policy changes have on the regional, state, or global economy. Adjustments to the basic laws of supply and demand, output, prices, and the addition of new capacity or the retirement of existing capacity all have an impact on markets. The consequences on the entire economy can include job gains or losses, changes in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), household income, taxation, and demographics, to name a few. To meet the needs of its multinational clientele, professional practitioners at Forensic Technologies International (FTI) consultancy deploy market and macroeconomic models across industries and geographical sectors. They do this by utilizing their broad expertise and knowledge. A project, programme, or policy's potential impact on the economy of a hypothetical region can be evaluated using the Economic Impact Analysis (EIA) approach. Because it provides a reality of strategic objective action that enhances the examination of prospective benefit-cost linkages and financial factors. It is an essential analysis for making decisions.

EIA is valuable for emphasizing effects on employment, income, operational expenses, conflict, and productivity as well as how they vary between industries, regions, and over time. Regional analysts are frequently called upon to assess the state of the local economy. As regional and national economies change, as they constantly do, frequently have to look at and analyse the results. These outcomes are occasionally referred to as economic impacts, but for the purposes of this study and distinguish between reporting on a small economy's economic structure, particular regional economic values or outcomes, and analytical economic consequences. It is generally known as a leader in the application of EIA because it takes into account the wider economic consequences of transportation laws, energy and environmental policies, economic development programmes, and actual development investments. Results of EIAs are used as indicators of strategic economic development outcomes or secondary consequences. In any event, our EIA service has established a reputation for being able to clearly explain findings to stakeholders and decision-makers. There are several ways to depict and comprehend regional economic structures, values, outcomes, and, if applicable, economic impacts. No one likes to take a close look at the structure of the domestic economy first. The structure of the local economy encompasses not only its visible elements, such as agriculture, manufacturing, and trade, but also how those industries interact with one another locally and internationally as well as with the households in the area under investigation.

Trust accounts for indigenous economies must be restored. A prudential standard study looks at how a particular incident influenced standards across a notional area, from a local neighborhood to the entire world. The most typical criteria are shifts in company profits, company expansion, a specific regular dividend, or jobs. The adoption of a relief policy or style will be the successful event for the anatomized or it can just be that a company or organization exists. Economic impact evaluations are frequently conducted when the public is concerned about potential unforeseen repercussions of a proposed approach or policy. An economic impact analysis is a procedure for determining how a project, programme, or policy will impact the economy of a certain region. It could simply mean the adoption of a new initiative or policy or the fact that an organization already exists.