Impact Analysis

At forensic economic services, our economists are here to help with Standardized Regulatory Impact Assessment. Whether you are concerned about upcoming economic conditions, the impact of regulation, or want to quantify your exposure to an event contact us. We can model the situation and create scenarios to inform your decision-making.

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Financial Policy Analysis

Are you are a financial manager or corporation that is thinking of undertaking a formal restructuring, altering your corporate governance structure, or rethinking your capital allocation contact us today. Our economist can help quantify the impact of your decisions across various metrics helping you achieve the efficiency and effectiveness you desire.

STANDARDIZED REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT

We can prepare the necessary Standardized Regulatory Impact Assessments (SRIA) required by Government Code Sections 11346.2 (b)(2)(B) and 11346.3

In conducting a standardized regulatory impact assessment, we can prepare an economic impact method and approach that has all of the following capabilities:

  1. Can estimate the total economic effects of changes due to regulatory policies over a multi-year time period.
  2. Can generate economic variable estimates such as personal income, employment by economic sector, exports and imports, and gross state product, based on inter-industry relationships that are equivalent in structure to the Regional Industry Modeling System published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
  3. Can produce (to the extent possible) quantitative estimates of economic variables that address or facilitate the quantitative or qualitative estimation.

Contact us to help you gauge the impact of a policy. We are happy to assist and inform you on how to maneuver the upcoming changes.

RESEARCH

We work with firms across the nation and are able to provide economic consulting, economic analysis. Our work is focused on the application of machine learning methods, intellectual property valuation, estimation of economic damages, and international trade and monetary economics.

QUALIFIED CONSULTING

FES’s consultants are Ph.D. economists trained in various practice areas and belong to multiple national associations such as the American Economic Association, Western Economics Associations International.

ACADEMICALLY SOUND

Our consultants are Ph.D. level economists, they teach both graduate and undergraduate university courses in finance and economics. They stay abreast of the latest developments in the academy and the thinking involved in solving complex economic problems.

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Forensic Economic Services

Forensic Economic Services is an economic consulting firm in Downtown Los Angeles with the experience and professionalism to give you confidence in any setting. Our team has been trusted again and again to provide economic analysis, litigation support, and expert opinion. Contact us today to find out how we can help with your organization.

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Our Economists can assist you in various areas, including but not limited to business, intellectual property, personal injury, employment, and competition matters. They are experienced in applying economic theory, complex data, and quantitative methods to questions related to litigation. Our Economists are members of the National Association of Forensic Economics and the American Economic Association.

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Impact analysis

Impact analysis is the process of identifying and evaluating the potential consequences of a change or decision on an organization or system. It is a key tool for decision-making and risk management, as it helps to identify and understand the potential impacts of a change or decision on various stakeholders and to determine the most appropriate course of action.

There are several types of impact analysis that can be used, including financial impact analysis, environmental impact analysis, and social impact analysis.

Financial impact analysis is the process of evaluating the potential financial consequences of a change or decision. This might include an assessment of the costs and benefits of a change or decision, as well as an analysis of the potential risks and opportunities that it presents.

Environmental impact analysis is the process of evaluating the potential environmental consequences of a change or decision. This might include an assessment of the potential impacts on natural resources, such as air and water quality, as well as an analysis of the potential impacts on wildlife and ecosystems.

Social impact analysis is the process of evaluating the potential social consequences of a change or decision. This might include an assessment of the potential impacts on communities and individuals, as well as an analysis of the potential impacts on social systems and structures.

Impact analysis is typically carried out using a variety of methods, including desk research, stakeholder consultation, and modeling. The results of an impact analysis can be used to inform decision-making, to develop strategies to mitigate negative impacts, and to identify opportunities for positive impact.

In conclusion, impact analysis is a vital tool for decision-making and risk management, as it helps to identify and understand the potential consequences of a change or decision on an organization or system. By using impact analysis, organizations and individuals can make informed decisions that take into account the potential impacts on various stakeholders and the environment.