Only around a third of us manage to keep our new year’s resolutions[i]. As 2022 begins, Joscelyn Miller from London Economics’ Behavioural Team reflects on why we are so bad at sticking to plans and how adopting a behavioural approach can help you succeed this year… The new year perfectly lends itself to goal setting, […]
Exporting to the World: EU Regions and Trade Explores the Impact of International Exports on Regional Employment and Production of Goods and Services Across the EU – December 2021
Link to report The report Exporting to the world: EU regions and trade explores the impact of international exports on regional employment and production of goods and services across the EU written by our subsidiary LE Europe has been published by AmCham EU. The report outlines worldwide trends in international trade and global value chains […]
Assessing Impact of a Flat and Variable Deposit Fee for Romanian Deposit Return Scheme – December 2021
As countries seek to reduce waste and boost recycling, many are considering Deposit Return Schemes for drinks packaging. Designs vary from fixed to variable deposits. LE’s study on the design of a Deposit Return Scheme in Romania illustrates that countries should consider carefully the design features of these schemes. The summary report can be downloaded […]
The report ‘Best practices and performance of auto-enrolment mechanisms for pension savings’ written by our subsidiary, LE Europe, has been published by EC DG FISMA.
The consortium, composed of London Economics (lead) and NLA International (NLAI), was commissioned by Maritime Research and Innovation UK (MarRI-UK) to undertake economic research to inform the Department for Transport (DfT) approach to supporting the smart shipping industry in the UK. The research focuses on the UK’s strengths in smart shipping technology and provides economic […]
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