Publications in: Education and Labour Markets

Economic Benefit of the Consultative Committee for Professional Management Organisations (CCPMO)

Subsector:Labour market economics
Published: December, 2008
Document type:Report

The analysis involved an assessment of the current activities of the CCPMO member organisations, as well as estimating the economic benefit associated with obtaining professional qualifications and membership of professional organisations. The analysis illustrated that the lifetime premium associated with gaining professional qualifications and membership was in the region of £152,000 in today’s money terms. […]

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2008 SMG Model

Subsector:Education and Labour Markets
Published: August, 2008
Document type:

The Model, with updated parameters, allows HEIs to compute their own estimates of the sustainable and total estate provisions using either a range of default input values or their own institution-specific information and assumptions. The Model is accompanied by a User Guide. The cost model allows users to calculate both the cost of maintaining the […]

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Assessing Current and Potential Provision of Free School Meals

Subsector:Secondary education
Published: June, 2008
Document type:Report

London Economics were commissioned by the School Food Trust to undertake a forensic analysis of the number (and proportion) of school children in England eligible for Free School Meals (not just those registered). The research was based on information from the Labour Force Survey, General Household Survey and Family Resources Survey. The findings illustrated that […]

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Review of Data Relating to Those Eligible to Teach Mathematics or Science

Subsector:Education and Labour Markets
Published: May, 2008
Document type:Report

London Economics were commissioned by the Training and Development Agency for Schools to undertake an assessment of the centrally held Teacher Information Line data to better understand the supply of eligible teachers in maths and science. The work involves the detailed assessment of the TIL data alongside a primary analysis of the Labour Force Survey […]

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Interim Evaluation of Welsh Medium Teaching Schemes

Subsector:Education and Labour Markets
Published: April, 2008
Document type:Report

This interim evaluation was undertaken by LE Wales and Dateb for the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW). The main objective was to assess the extent to which the Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme and the Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship Scheme had been successful to date and to identify any lessons about their operation that might be […]

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An Analysis of Higher Education Student Finance Regimes in the United Kingdom

Subsector:Higher education
Published: November, 2007
Document type:Report

London Economics were commissioned by Million+ to undertake an analysis of higher education funding and student funding regimes ahead of the parliamentary review taking place in 2009. The analysis involved modelling the current student support arrangements in relation to HEFCE resource allocation and current student support arrangements (maintenance grants and loans and tuition fees and […]

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A Review of Costs and Benefits Associated with Parenting Interventions

Subsector:Secondary education
Published: October, 2007
Document type:Report

London Economics were commissioned to undertake a full scale review of the UK and international evidence relating to the costs and benefits of parenting interventions. This piece of analysis aims at separating out the impact or parenting characteristics and parenting interventions on child outcomes and was a crucial piece of evidence for policymakers in the […]

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Review of Statistical Planning Issues Underlying Welsh Medium Initial Teacher Training

Subsector:Education and Labour Markets
Published: March, 2007
Document type:Report

LE Wales advised the Welsh Assembly Government on an approach to modelling the supply and demand of initial teacher training (ITT) places for Welsh medium teachers as a contribution to the Assembly Government’s work on ITT intake planning. We also advised on appropriate data sources and on a definition of what constitutes a Welsh medium […]

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The Economic Benefits of a Degree

Subsector:Higher education
Published: February, 2007
Document type:Report

London Economics were commissioned by Universities UK in association with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP to undertake a review of the economic evidence relating to the benefits of higher education qualification attainment. The report illustrated the significant benefits from undertaking a degree; the variation of economic outcomes depending on a number of factors; as well as the likely […]

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The Costs of Welsh Medium Provision in Higher Education Institutions

Subsector:Higher education
Published: June, 2006
Document type:Report

In 2005, London Economics were commissioned by the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) to undertake a study to determine in detail the additional costs that can be associated with delivery of courses and modules through the medium of Welsh. Our final report was presented to a sector seminar in September 2006 and HEFCW […]

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