Research at CSPR is conducted to help Coloradan’s better understand the economic and policy issues that matter most in their lives. From education, to health care, to energy, to transportation, and many other top issues – CSPR strives to develop insightful and educational research on the most critical debates facing Colorado.
Through the REMI Partnership, CSPR collaborates with four additional Colorado organizations to maintain the development and use of the dynamic economic simulation models Tax-PI and PI+, developed by the private company REMI. Research projects involving the REMI model are conducted and released through the REMI Partnership. CSPR staff and Fellows also conduct separate policy and economic research applying quantitative and evidence based techniques.