Economic Impact Report
The Economic Impact Report is a study of the effects on the Montana economy of the operations of the Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology (MBRCT). The Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana (BBER) uses a state-of-the-art policy analysis model and publicly available data on program spending and associated impacts, produced a detailed assessment of the ultimate impact of the operations of the program on employment, income, output, and population in the Montana economy.
Program Benefits Report
The Program Benefits Report outlines the MBRCT program, its funding decision process and Montana's scientific research and development industry sector. Research in the following industries are highlighted: agriculture, energy, mining, biotech, medial, photonic, optics, and many others. The report also outlines MBRCT's involvement with the National Science Foundation, the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) and Montana Universities. Many compelling statistics concerning MBRCT's economic impact are also highlighted.
Final Report Summaries
The Final Report Summaries page lists all reports and findings from 2015-2001. Each year has a distinctive report that outlines a summary of the project, economic impacts, commercialization, descriptions and more.
Program Results Summary
Since it began operations in 2000, the Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology (MBRCT) has played an important role in the development and support of technology-based Montana companies. This support has assisted Montana companies to complete research projects, resulting in the commercialization of products and services.