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 […]
London Economics were commissioned by the University of Glasgow to undertake an economic contribution to the United Kingdom. The analysis identified that: The total economic impact on the UK economy associated with the University of Glasgow’s activities in 2018-19 was estimated at approximately £4.4 billion. In terms of the components of this impact, the value […]
London Economics’ Data & Technology team were commissioned by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to find out where the key economic opportunities lie for Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) uptake. We identify several opportunities in which RAS could provide significant economic benefits, such as crop harvesting, nuclear decommissioning & surgery. However, […]
London Economics were commissioned to analyse the economic impact of the University of Oxford on the UK economy, focusing on the 2018-19 academic year. The analysis identified that: The total economic impact on the UK economy associated with the University of Oxford’s activities in 2018-19 was estimated at approximately £15.7 billion. In terms of the […]
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