Many countries have privatised some or all of their State-Owned Enterprises in order to improve the efficiency of their economies and raise revenues for the government. Some of the privatisation experiences have been more successful than others and a wealth of knowledge on what works in a privatisation has been accumulated over the last 40 […]
Green home finance presents an opportunity to support the UK Government in achieving its Net Zero Ambitions. This study by London Economics and partners Basis Social, Cambridge University and University College London explores the appetite for GHF products amongst consumers, the barriers and enablers to GHF delivery, and how behavioural science can be used to […]
London Economics were commissioned to assess the economic impact of research and commercialisation activities undertaken by the 24 Russell Group universities on the UK economy. Our analysis estimates that the total economic impact of the Russell Group’s core research and commercialisation activities in 2021/22 was approximately £37.6 billion. In terms of the components of this […]
Starship above the Texas coast. Credit: SpaceX Space launch dashboard Space is vast, and launch is no exception, since the dawn of the space age thousands of rockets and satellites have been launched from across the world. To shed light on this vast industry, today we are pleased to announce the launch of our our […]
Access to Cash: Costs to Consumers and SMEs of a Loss of Access to In-person Cash and Banking Services
London Economics led this study for the FCA to estimate the costs to consumers and SMEs from loss of access to cash and in-person banking services. The research explored how consumers and SMEs currently use these services and how they would behave if they lost access to these services. It identified that access to these […]
General Election Briefings: Examination of Higher Education Fees and Funding Across the UK – February 2024
Funded by the Nuffield Foundation, London Economics are undertaking a range of in-depth analyses in relation to higher education fees and funding arrangements across the four Home Nations of the UK, ahead of the next General Election. Building on more than a decade of our research on higher education funding systems across the four Home […]
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