Oral 2: Keegan VanLeeuwen – An Econometric Approach to Validate the Economic Impact of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games

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Faculty mentor: Scott Schaefer

Recently, controversy has risen around the lack of long-term realized economic benefits from hosting the Summer or Winter Olympics, due to the massive initial investments required. The following research takes an econometric point of view to find evidence that proves if the Olympics can create long-term economic benefits for small economic regions, specifically Salt Lake.

Watch my research presentation below.
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Questions or comments? Contact me at: kj.vanleeuwen22@gmail.com

Link to Presentation Slides: CLICK HERE

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