The Centre for Vocational Educational Research, established in March 2015, brings together 4 partners who are experts in the educational arena, including London Economics. Recently, two discussion papers looking at labour market outcomes and progression in further education. More details and links to the papers are provided below. Labour market outcomes disaggregated by subject […]
The Scottish Government commissioned London Economics to study the impact and effectiveness of consumer advocacy, in Scotland and internationally. The study included a literature review and stakeholder consultation, with good practice examples of effective consumer advocacy in the sectors of financial services, energy, health and water.
London Economics was commissioned by Innovate UK, the UK’s Innovation Agency, to undertake a study to explore the future opportunities and challenges around adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies in the UK Space Manufacturing sector. The study assists Innovate UK and the UK Government to better understand how UK Space Manufacturing can benefit from, and fit […]
London Economics were commissioned by the Gatsby Foundation to undertake an assessment of the net graduate premium and net Exchequer benefit associated with Higher Technical Education qualifications at Level 4 and Level 5. For full-time students, the analysis suggests that the net benefits to students undertaking specific STEM-based qualifications at Level 4/5 are substantial (and […]
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Is there ant recent work on the labour market returns to STEM A Levels. We did something using BCS70 - but anything… https://t.co/vAoIB2hEpK
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