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# What is impact analysis

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I need help finding and defining sources of information for economic impact.

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Economic impact analysis

-is a study of the economic effects of the 'shocks' to the system caused by climatological, environmental, physical, and other changes. This analysis attempts to simulate these impacts with mathematical equations (such as input-output models) that show ...

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This solution defines economic impact analysis and rationale why is there a need to conduct economic impact analysis.

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