The economic impact of equipment dealers in Georgia
McKissick, John C.
Waters, D. Davis
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The University of Georgia’s Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development was requested by the Southeastern Equipment Dealers Association to study the local and state economic impact of equipment dealers. These types of businesses impact the local and state economy on two levels. Through the business, itself, employment and taxes are generated directly by each business, and indirectly, by the business conducted through other companies suppling products or services to the equipment dealer. An impact analysis through an economic tool called an input/output model can capture both the direct and indirect effects of such businesses.