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Economic Impact

The Economic Impact provides a quantifiable and economically sound method for determining the relative impact of proposed or impending changes to a regional economy. It allows users to discover which sectors of the local region actually drive the economy.

Cluster Requirements August 2006

Cluster Requirements displays in dollars how much a cluster purchases from other industries, and the percent of those purchases that are satisfied from inside and outside of the region. This shows how dependent a cluster is on imports. It is divided into nine different areas, which are aerospace, communication, computer and software, construction and materials, energy, foods product and services, health, information, and metal and machining.

Northwest Oklahoma

Computer and Software Communication
Energy Construction and Materials
Health Foods Product and Services
Metal and Machining Information

Northeast Oklahoma

Computer and Software Communication
Energy Construction and Materials
Health Foods Product and Services
Metal and Machining Information

Southwest Oklahoma

Computer and Software Communication
Energy Construction and Materials
Health Foods Product and Services
Metal and Machining Information

Southeast Oklahoma

Computer and Software Communication
Energy Construction and Materials
Health Foods Product and Services
Metal and Machining Information

Tulsa Metro Area

Computer and Software Communication
Energy Construction and Materials
Health Foods Product and Services
Metal and Machining Information

SOIC Regions

Computer and Software Communication
Energy Construction and Materials
Health Foods Product and Services
Metal and Machining Information

Oklahoma City Metro Area

Computer and Software Communication
Energy Construction and Materials
Health Foods Product and Services
Metal and Machining Information

Oklahoma

Computer and Software Communication
Energy Construction and Materials
Health Foods Product and Services
Metal and Machining Information