Publications in: Business analytics

Impact of EU Ban on Higher Nicotine E-Cigarettes on Tobacco Smoking

Subsector:Public Policy
Published:25 February, 2014
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The proposed ban compromises e-cigarettes’ role in supporting smoke cessation and is forecast to lead to 210,000 fewer successful quitters each year across the EU. E-cigarettes’ role in smoke reduction is also affected and a 0.8% increase in tobacco smoking or the equivalent of an extra 9.6 million cigarettes being smoked each day across the […]

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Survival or Relegation? The Impact of a Managerial Change in the Premier League

Subsector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Published: December, 2013
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London Economics calculates the economic impact of a managerial change in the Premier League. The research is one of the first studies ever to accurately quantify the impact of manager changes in football. The analysis concentrates on the impact over 10 games and, crucially, it accounts for other factors that are likely to affect team […]

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Modelling the Impact of Proposed Policies on Pubs and the Pub Sector

Subsector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Published: December, 2013
Document type:Report

This report to the Department for Business Innovation and Skills provides an independent analysis of the impact of the consultation proposals on gross and net pub closures and employment levels within the pub industry, using whatever robust evidence can be accessed, to inform the final stage impact assessment of the likely costs and benefits of […]

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2012/2013 Annual Report on European SMEs

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: November, 2013
Document type:Report

The 2012/13 report on European SMEs was prepared by a consortium comprising CARSA, DIW, DIW econ, Innova, London Economics, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (University of Manchester) and PwC Luxembourg. The report provides an overview of the size, structure and importance of SMEs to the European economy and their contribution to growth and jobs, as emphasised in the Small […]

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The Economic and Societal Benefits of Deriving from the Presence of Hyundai and Kia in Europe

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: February, 2013
Document type:Report

The study highlights the contribution of Hyundai and Kia, two of the most successful car manufacturers operating in Europe, in a number of dimensions, namely: the contribution to employment and GDP; training and development of the labour force; the contribution to European R&D and innovation; the contribution to the development of the automotive supply chain […]

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McDonald’s Economic Footprint in Europe

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: November, 2011
Document type:Report

This report examines McDonald’s economic footprint in Europe in terms of contribution to GDP growth, raw material sourcing, job creation and business opportunities via its franchising model. The analysis shows that McDonald’s continued to grow throughout the recession of 2007-09 and its growth has consistently exceeded EU GDP growth as well as the growth of […]

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Economic Impacts of Large Scale Infrastructure Investments – Review of International Evidence

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: November, 2008
Document type:Report

This study reviews the international literature on the economic impacts of large scale investments in both physical and intellectual infrastructure. Evidence across a range of sectors is examined, including transport, ICT, education and renewable energy.

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Study on the Impact of Co-operative Groups on the Competitiveness of Their Craft and Small Enterprise Members

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: January, 2008
Document type:Report

London Economics were commissioned by EC DG Enterprise and Industry to undertake an in-depth study on the impact of co-operative groups on the competitiveness of their craft and small enterprise members. The analysis undertaken was based on extensive identification of both co-operatives and their members across the European Union; primary data collection of information on […]

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An Economic Impact Analysis for the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: September, 2007
Document type:Report

London Economics recently undertook an economic impact analysis for the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). This analysis assessed the impact of hosting major cricket matches at Lord’s on the local and London economies.

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