London Economics’ Consumer Behaviour and Protection team comprises of experienced economists who specialise in the understanding of consumer behaviour and preferences and consumer related issues. Underpinning all our work is a strong commitment to delivering methodologically robust and independent analysis that meet the needs of our clients.
London Economics are experts in the economics of the justice and legal affairs, covering the legal system, penal policy and criminal justice strategy, from crime, policing through to the courts, prisons and probation, including rehabilitation programmes, as well of offering substantive economic analysis of legal issues.
Our aim is to provide robust and independent analysis through applying economic principles to the wide range of policy issues in this sector. Our experience to date has covered both adult and children’s health and social services, as well as the interface between health and social care services.
Covering all areas of labour market economics, from productivity and wages to the link between education, skills and employment, our team provides expert analysis for both the public and the private sector.
We undertake a wide range of analyses covering higher education fees and funding arrangements, economic and social impact analyses, differences in higher education funding systems across the United Kingdom and internationally, as well as the earnings and employment outcomes achieved by UK graduates.
Our team are specialists in the Further Education research sector, applying cutting-edge econometric techniques to approach key policy questions. We are leaders in estimating the returns to vocational qualifications and fuzzy matching techniques for combining administrative datasets.
We analyse all aspects of education economics at secondary level, ranging from the determinants of undertaking academic or vocational qualifications and the impact of qualification attainment on progression and labour market outcomes to school funding issues and the evaluation of national programmes. We have delivered in depth analyses to schools, mission groups and central government departments.
Combining a solid understanding of the economics of space, expertise in economic analysis and best practice industry knowledge, our Space team provides independent analysis and innovative decision-making tools to guide decision-makers in this most challenging of operating environments
We help companies understand how customers make decisions and how to improve customer outcomes using the latest insights from behavioural economics.
The London Economics Financial Services team has a long and proven track record of advising private and public clients on financial sector issues through theoretical and empirical economic analysis and consumer behaviour analysis of wholesale and retail financial markets, financial sector policy and financial institutions.
London Economics' Business Analytics team provides timely, high-quality economic and financial analysis to support strategic decision-making. Our Business Analytics team is staffed with highly-qualified economic consultants and modelling specialists. We are committed to understanding your issue and delivering the best decision support using methodologically robust and independent business analysis.
Since privatisation in the UK and the early years of economic regulation across Europe, London Economics has been a trusted provider of analysis, advice, and evidence to companies, regulators and governments.
The London Economics’ competition economics team is staffed with highly-qualified and experienced economic consultants with a proven track record of delivering high quality, pertinent research using the most widely recognised techniques in the field.
London Economics has extensive experience in energy economics and has advised a wide range of public and private clients on energy issues for over twenty years.
New technologies, innovation, changing business models and a fast evolving policy environment constantly pose new challenges for business, consumers and policy makers. Economics is a crucial tool to make sense of the New Economy and London Economics is ready to provide the relevant insights.