Process of fusion Source: London Economics (2020), based on FusionForEnergy (2019) https://f4e.europa.eu/understandingfusion/ Last month, the search began for a site for the construction of a new nuclear fusion plant in the UK – after an additional £200 million was pledged by the government to fund the next breakthrough in fusion research.[i] The UK is currently […]
Humanity’s collective space-faring actions are the predominant cause of the ever-increasing accumulation of debris in-orbit. There is general consensus that this is a ‘bad’ thing. The main causes for disagreements relate to how much of a problem the situation will pose for the development of the burgeoning space economy, and more importantly, what should be […]
Westminster Business Forum Policy Conference on Investment Management Reform – Behavioural Insights for Information Disclosure
James Suter presented LE’s behavioural research on consumer decision-making when choosing between investment funds at the Westminster Business Forum policy conference on investment management reform in the UK on 10th December 2020. You can view the presentation here.
London Economics is pleased to announce a new partnership with satellite-based Earth Observation specialists, Argans, to develop commercially-focused products under the theme of ‘Earth Observation and Climate Change’ as part of the UK Space Agency’s £7 million National Space Innovation Programme (NSIP). London Economics’ and Argan’s project will assess the commercial and technical feasibility of using […]
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RT @LE_Education: To put all this in context, HEIs making a £1,000 refund - for all UGs - would represent something like 9% loss in gross f…
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RT @LE_Education: Correction: the 1st tweet should state £86m - not £80m
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RT @LE_Education: And would definitely send some over the edge meaning they might need Gov support.... so Gov ends up paying but in a round…
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RT @LE_Education: If UG students received cash support, the cost is more than 4 times greater - close to £370 million. Can universities pay…
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RT @LE_Education: They still pay 9% above the threshold for 30 years. No difference
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