Our Experience

Our professional staff has worked with industry and government leaders in over thirty countries.

Our projects include economic analysis, education, health care, transportation, trade, management concerns, econometric modeling and forecasting.

  • Founded Economic Research Centers at Anahuac University (Mexico) and Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra (Dominican Republic)
  • Conducted Economic Seminars bringing together people from Venezuela, Netherlands Antilles, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Taiwan, Turkey, Panama, Barbados, & Saint Kitts
  • Guest speaker at conferences in Germany, New Zealand, Vietnam, Saint Lucia, Dominican Republic, Trinidad & Tobago
Participated in:
  • CARICOM (Caribbean Common Market) deliberations about Statistical Methods
  • The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States conference on Investment Promotion
  • The development of methodology to evaluate the size & contribution of the tourism industry to the World Economy
  • An econometric model & forecast of tourism arrivals to the US
  • An econometric model to forecast U.S. outbound travel
  • Forecasts of international air and maritime cargo flow through various US ports
  • The re-engineering plan for the office of International Cooperation (under the Executive branch of government) that handles over 200 million dollars in International grants and loans. The project included analysis of current costs, process flows, and a four year forecast of operational costs
  • The quantitative and qualitative analyses for the “National Tourism Master Plan to the Year 2020” including estimates of inbound and outbound travelers, volume of travel, nights of stay, and economic impact under alternative scenarios and assumptions (Mexico)
  • Appointed as Tourism Advisor to Ryerson University’s Tourism Centre
  • Directed study for SECTUR: "The economic impact, labor and capital requirements of new large casinos in five Mexican Cities"
  • Technical support for multinational transfer-pricing tax cases
  • Benchmark and productivity studies, determination of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) requirements, job descriptions, process flows, and organizational charts (Georgetown University)
  • The conceptual and methodological framework to create a Labor Market Observatory. The new office will gather, process, analyze and publish labor market statistics, conduct studies, propose a new minimum wage policy, and promote full employment (Dominican Republic)
  • The terms of reference and methodology for a project to develop new minimum wage guidelines for the country (Dominican Republic)
  • Quantitative analysis of outpatient services (University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine)
  • A “white paper” for the creation of a “Clinical Research-Revenue Cycle Department” including project rationale, staffing, organizational chart, job descriptions, proposed salaries, and other costs for the first year of operation
  • Organizational charts, evaluated job classifications, participated in strategic meetings about billing and operations for the University of Miami Medical Group. Addressed cross-cultural personnel, and operations issues. Created productivity benchmarks for all departments in the Division
  • A “white paper” to train 100,000 people (in three years) as bilingual workers including in depth cost analysis and projections including the impact on Gross Domestic Product for the three-year initiative (Dominican Republic)
  • A National Pilot Program for the prevention of AIDS and for the sexual exploitation of children and young women and men; analyzed the budget, expenditures, and project management, conducted focus groups, and interviews, to determine actual project cost, and program effectiveness (Inter American Development Bank/Education Secretariat, Dominican Republic)
  • The national initiative “Municipios Amigos de la NiƱez.” Provided quantitative and qualitative analyses of the project in ten cities (UNICEF)