Legislative Committee on Economic Development and International Relations – Summary Reports

Available reports from previous LCEDIR meetings

Complete list of LCEDIR meetings

Year

Title/Topics

(All reports are downloadable in PDF file format)

2015 Summary and Recommendations:

  • Multimillion Dollar Impact of Local Sporting Events
    on Washington’s Economy
  • State of the Space Industry in Washington State
2014 Summary and Recommendations:

  • Washington’s Natural Resources Economy: Farming & Floriculture in Western Washington
  • The Economic Impact of Company Closures in Rural Communities
2013 Summary and Recommendations:

  • EB‐5 ‐ The Federal Government’s Immigrant Investor Program in Washington State
  • Facing Global Challenges with Regional Solutions
2012 Summary and Recommendations:

  • Tourism in Washington State during a Budget Crisis Era
  • Creating New Economic Possibilities through the Development of Innovative Composite Materials
2011 Summary and Recommendations:

  • High-Speed Rail and Its Future in Washington State and the Pacific Northwest
  • Economic Potential in Creating Innovative Models for Marketing Fresh and Value-Added Washington-Grown Agricultural Products
2010 Keep it Growing: Agriculture Technology and Promotion in Washington State
2009 Summary and Recommendations – Economic Impact of Washington’s Global Health Care Sector
2008 Summary Recommendations:

  • Creating Green Jobs in Washington State
  • The Economic Impact of the Health Care Industry
  • The Economic Impact of the Cyber and Video Game Industry

Also see: 2008 Recap Presentation

2007  (Not Available)
2006  (Not Available)
2005  (Not Available)
2004  Summary and Recommendations:

  • Washington State’s Home-Based Cottage Industries
  • International Trade and Economic Development in the Inland Pacific Northwest
2003 Looking for Solutions:

  • Exploring Aquaculture Export Potential & Obstacles
  • Bringing the World to Eastern Washington
  • Exploring the Impact of Sea-Tac International Airport on Washington State’s Economy