ID: 1668How Is the State Dealing With the Shortfall in Pension Systems?
Research Summary No. 86
ID: 1669History and Options Regarding the Unfunded Liabilities of Alaska’s Public Employees’ and Teachers’ Retirement Systems
This paper is one of a series of ISER working papers examining fiscal issues the state faces. The research was funded in part by a grant from Northrim Bank to the University of Alaska Foundation, to support research by ISER on Alaska economic and fiscal policy issues.
ID: 1667Identifying cost-effective invasive species control to enhance endangered species populations in the Grand Canyon, USA
ID: 1713Public Perceptions and Protest in the Siting of Liquefied Natural Gas Terminals in Oregon.
Article Or Book, 328pp.
ID: 1666Mechanisms matter for evaluating the economic impacts of marine reserves
ID: 1719The Cost of SBIRT Implementation in Mat-Su Primary Care Practices
The purpose of this report is to calculate the cost of alcohol Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) in three primary care practices located in the Matanuska-Susitna area. Using Fleming et al. (2000)’s benefit-cost ratio of screening and brief physician advice in managed care settings, we estimated the dollar benefits potentially generated by SBIRT services.
ID: 1671Resource rents, universal basic income, and poverty among Alaska’s Indigenous peoples
Article Or Book, 12pp.
ID: 1714Managing Wildlife Faced with Pathogen Risks Involving Multi-Stable Outcomes
Article Or Book, 17pp.
ID: 1665How Does Alaska's Spending Compare?
Research Summary No. 85
ID: 1696An environmental scan of the role of nurses in preventing fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
Article Or Book, 8pp.