|Sector:||Education and Labour Markets.|
|Client:||The Open University|
|Published:||10 September, 2018|
London Economics were commissioned by The Open University to undertake an analysis of the net graduate premium and net Exchequer benefit associated with undergraduate degrees undertaken on a part-time basis. The key findings indicated that The net graduate premium achieved by a representative English-domiciled student in the 2015-16 cohort completing a part-time undergraduate degree at […]
|Published:||03 July, 2018|
London Economics recently presented an analysis of the current higher education fees and funding arrangements – and possible alternatives – at the Wonkhe conference “Proceed with Caution”. The full presentation is available here.
How to Double Savings Rates: A Case Study in Nudging for Good. The Behavioural Economics Guide 2018 – June 2018
|Published:||19 June, 2018|
London Economics in association with our partners Genesis Analytics are please to contribute to the 2018 edition of the international Behavioural Economics Guide. We present a case study of our behavioural insights work where we introduce nudges to encourage consumers to save more.