London Economics were commissioned by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) to model the costs to the Exchequer associated with the introduction of a loan scheme for postgraduate students.
The UK is facing a funding crisis in social care for older people. Demographic changes mean that between 2010 and 2022 the population of people aged 65 and over is expected to grow by 27% and the number of people aged 85 and over is projected to grow by 44%. Research suggests that, just to […]
The Kay Review found that the growth of intermediation and principal-agent relationships in the investment chain have led to an increased reliance on metrics and models to measure performance of companies and investment portfolios. Professor Kay argued that these measurements may be inherently unsuitable for investors with long-term investment horizons, and suggested that the presence […]
Upcoming training course: Behavioural Economics for Financial Services, London 4th December 2014. For further details please go to the course website http://marketforce.eu.com/events/financial-services/behavioural-economics-for-financial-services
In-house Training Course for Wesleyan Finance on Behavioural Economics in Retail Financial Services – October 2014
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