LE’s Dr Charlotte Duke joined Centrica – Power to the People – to discuss the connected home, the connected customer, the connected car. You can listen to the podcast here.
Estimating the Potential Impact of Policy Changes on International Student Demand for UK Higher Education
London Economics were commissioned by the Department for Education to undertake an analysis of: The price elasticity of international student enrolments with respect to changes in the level of tuition fees charged – separately at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and for EU and non-EU domiciled students. The potential impact on first-year EU student enrolments and […]
The Cost of Lies: Assessing the Human and Financial Impact of COVID-19 Related Online Misinformation on the UK – January 2021
This study looks at the impact of online disinformation about face mask wearing, COVID and the impact on the NHS and UK economy. The work was commissioned by the SumofUs.
Assessing the Impact of a Flat and Variable Deposit Fee for a UK Deposit Return Scheme – January 2021
London Economics was commissioned by Alupro to undertake an evaluation of a flat versus variable rate Deposit Return Scheme. The study informs the ongoing discussions regarding the design of a Deposit Return Scheme in the UK. The full report and summary report are available on the Alupro website here.
What is artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science that is concerned with building ‘smart’ or ‘intelligent’ machines. AI is a vast field encompassing a wide range of different subfields, including: machine learning, concerned with developing algorithms that learn from data, natural language processing, concerned with reading and understanding text; speech […]
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