Scientific American: Economic Effects of the Revised Military Buildup in Guam


Guam – An article on the Scientific American website examines the economic impact of the revised military buildup on Guam.

The article was written by Nick Leonard who is a Senior in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. According to the posting, Leonard is minoring in Environmental Studies, and he has a keen interest in sustainable aquaculture and marine fisheries.

READ the Scientific American posting HERE

Leonard writes in part that while some businesses may have already “‘jumped the gun’ in terms of development in Guam, there is no doubt the future buildup holds large economic opportunity for residents.”

The article also refers to the “complex infrastructure problems to cohesively accommodate the Marines and their dependents.”