Our Services

Miami-Dade County Prosperity Initiatives Study Groundbreaking research-based community action plan to improve economic opportunity and self-sufficiency.

Economic and Housing Market Analysis Development of strategic economic projects and studies that look at regional development problems and opportunities.

Training and Organizational Development Preparation and presentation of training in topics as diverse as customer service to creating organizational performance measures.

Survey and Opinion Research Conduction of quantitative and qualitative public opinion research, including surveys, focus groups, one-on-one interviews and mystery shops.

Contact Us

FIU @ I-75
1930 SW 145th Avenue
Suite 302
Miramar, FL 33027
Tel: 954-438-8650
Fax: 954-438-8651
Email: metcntr@fiu.edu

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Upcoming Events

Grant Writing 102 Certification Program

10/23/2017 09:00 AM

Skills and Strategies to Write Effective Grant Proposals.

Performance Management: Developing Skills in Performance Diagnosis, Analysis, and Scorecarding

10/24/2017 08:30 AM

Increase focus on strategy and results, Improve communication of the organization’s vision & strategy and more.

Office Professionalism

10/25/2017 09:00 AM

Dress, Communicate with Tact, Professionalism, and Diplomacy

Breaking News

Hey, Amazon, look at us. South Florida seeks the tech giant’s second HQ

10/19/2017

"It addresses what I think is the region’s most pressing economic development issue, which is creating high wage, high skilled jobs — that would do it,” said Kevin Greiner, a senior fellow at the Florida International University Metropolitan Center."

Is Ocean Drive too rowdy? Miami Beach voters will decide whether to move up last call

10/14/2017

Miami Beach has contracted experts from Florida International University to conduct its own economic impact analysis.

Will Hurricane Irma’s near miss sink Miami real estate prices?

09/21/2017

“Every year we have a hurricane, there’s a spike in awareness and preparedness,” says Dr. Maria Ilcheva of FIU Metropolitan Center. “But a couple of years later that spike disappears. It’s very dangerous"