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The Impact of TennCare: A Survey of Recipients, 2015

The Impact of TennCare: A Survey of Recipients, 2015

Authors: LeAnn Luna, Angela R. Thacker

Publication Date: October 1, 2015

The Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) at the University of Tennessee, under contract with the Department of Finance and Administration of the State of Tennessee, conducted a survey of Tennessee residents to ascertain their insurance status and use of medical facilities. A target sample size of 5,000 households allows for obtaining accurate estimates for subpopulations. CBER prepared the survey instrument in cooperation with personnel from the Bureau of TennCare.

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 2003

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 2003

Authors: William Lyons, William Fox

Publication Date: August 1, 2003

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 2002

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 2002

Authors: William Lyons, William Fox

Publication Date: August 1, 2002

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 2001

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 2001

Authors: William Lyons, William Fox

Publication Date: August 1, 2001

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 2000

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 2000

Authors: William Lyons, William Fox

Publication Date: August 1, 2000

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 1999

The Impact of TennCare, Survey of Recipients 1999

Authors: William Lyons, William Fox

Publication Date: November 1, 1999

The Economic Impact of UT-Battelle on the State of Tennessee

The Economic Impact of UT-Battelle on the State of Tennessee

Authors: William Fox, Julie Marshall

Publication Date: October 1, 2006

the Economic Impact of The University of Tennessee, Space Institute on the State of Tennessee, Academic Yr 2007-08.

the Economic Impact of The University of Tennessee, Space Institute on the State of Tennessee, Academic Yr 2007-08.

Authors: William Fox, Melissa Reynolds, Todd Yarbough, Carrie McCamey

Publication Date: May 1, 2010

The Economic Impact of The University of Tennessee, Martin on the State of Tennessee; Academic Year 2007-2008

The Economic Impact of The University of Tennessee, Martin on the State of Tennessee; Academic Year 2007-2008

Authors: William F. Fox, Melissa O. Reynolds, Todd R. Yarbough, Carrie B. McCamey

Publication Date: May 1, 2010

This study summarizes the estimated impacts of the University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM) on the Tennessee economy for Fiscal Year 2008 (FY08). The economic impacts estimated in this study include income and jobs created by spending of the university and its employees and students. Tennessee’s economy benefits from the presence of UTM in several ways. First, the university provides 2,152 faculty, staff, and student employees with salaries. UTM’s payroll for FY08, both salaryand benefits, was $53.9 million. Our estimate indicates that payroll spending impacts the state economy in the amount of $107.8 million and helps create about 762 additional jobs. Second, the university spends money on goods and services in the state, which creates jobs and income. UTM made $16.3 million in non-payroll expenditures in FY08, which generated $10.5 million in income and created 256 jobs. Lastly, spending by students generates significant economic activity in the state. We estimate student expenditures for FY08 to be approximately $47.7 million, creating $20.2 million in income and creating 674 jobs. Combining the effects of payroll ($107.8), non-payroll ($10.5), and student spending ($20.2), we find that UTM generates a total of $138.5 million in income and creates 3,844 jobs for the state of Tennessee, including those currently on university payroll. In addition, we estimate that $15.1 million is generated in state and local tax revenue from the presence of the university.The Economic Impact of The University of Tennessee, Martin on the State of Tennessee; Academic Year 2007-2008

the Economic Impact of The University of Tennessee, Health Science Center on the State of Tennessee, Academic Yr 2007-08.

the Economic Impact of The University of Tennessee, Health Science Center on the State of Tennessee, Academic Yr 2007-08.

Authors: William Fox, Melissa Reynolds, Todd Yarbough, Carrie McCamey

Publication Date: May 1, 2010