London Economics were commissioned by the Group of Eight universities in Australia to undertake an analysis of the economic contribution of their members universities to the Australian economy. The analysis focused on the 2016 academic year, and estimated the impact associated with the universities’ world-class research, the direct, indirect and induced impacts of the institutions’ expenditures, educational exports and the […]
London Economics presented their report on the economic impact of Group of Eight universities (Australia). The total economic impact associated with Group of Eight universities’ activities across Australia in 2016 was estimated to be $66.43 billion. The full report is available here. The study has received media coverage, for example: Times Higher Education Sydney Morning Herald The […]
Estimating the Economic Impact of FDI to Support DIT’s Promotion Strategy: Analytical Report – August 2018
London Economics were commissioned by the Department for International Trade (DIT) to estimate the economic impacts of FDI on the UK economy. The results will be used by the DIT to support their value-based investment promotion strategy. The analysis was undertaken in partnership with the DIT and academics at the University of Nottingham. It explored […]
Value of Satellite-derived Earth Observation Capabilities to the UK Government Today and by 2020 – July 2018
London Economics were commissioned by Innovate UK to evidence the current and near-term potential value of satellite-derived Earth Observation (EO) capabilities to the UK government for civil and domestic purposes. The subsequent value to industry as a supplier of EO data and applications to UK government is also investigated. Using a combination of desk-based research […]
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.
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