TXP is at the forefront of measuring the potential impact of public policy changes. The most difficult part of any policy change is to understand the long-term implications. TXP's team of economic and public policy experts provides you with unparalleled guidance and easy to comprehend answers to difficult questions.
What separates TXP from other consulting firms is that we have years of experience working on complex issues covering a wide variety of topics. TXP is truly multidisciplinary; our areas of expertise include electricity deregulation, Texas-Mexico border health care, and the role of music and the arts in overall economic development. TXP has repeatedly proven its ability to devise creative approaches based on sound research and analysis.
Texas Cultural Trust
No area has benefited more from the transition to a creative economy than the State of Texas. However, it is likely the state will need to do more to protect the millions of dollars already invested in cultural arts organizations, education programs, and related economic development efforts. In this context, the Texas Cultural Trust retained TXP to evaluate the current state of Texas’ creative sector. The purpose of this analysis was to provide policymakers and stakeholders a common framework for discussing the creative sector, its contribution to the state’s...more
Mental Health Association in Texas
As part of broader effort at reforming mental health care in Texas, a consulting team conducted a comprehensive assessment of Texas' past and current practices with regard to funding mental health services. The team examined the current operational structure of the organization responsible for public mental health services delivery and compared Texas to a number of other states on key criteria such as eligibility for services and mental health spending per capita. TXP then conducted an assessment of the economic impact of mental illness and Texas'...more
San Francisco Public Utility Commission
TXP, in collaboration with Public Financial Management, analyzed the economic impacts of water rationing on the commercial and industrial sectors in the San Francisco Public Utility Commission's service area. The impact of reduced water availability was analyzed with input from water sensitive commercial and industrial customers. TXP assessed the potential response of key economic sectors to various forms of draught mitigation, and then specific mitigation policies were identified for further analysis reflecting potential response. The end...more
Seton Family of Hospitals
Communities with a strong presence in academic medicine enjoy economic advantages that exceed the benefits provided by the general healthcare sector, itself a strong economic engine. TXP was hired to assess the impact of an academic medical center on the Central Texas economy. In addition to stimulating the growth of new jobs and providing a substantial direct economic impact, an academic medical center would accelerate technology transfer and economic development across the growing life sciences and biotechnology sectors of the economy.more