In light of the upcoming Comprehensive Spending Review, London Economics undertook some modelling of higher education fees and funding arrangements. Based on the current system of repayments facing the 2020-21 cohort of undergraduates, we were modelled the resource impact on the Exchequer of a change in the repayment threshold for graduates to £23,000. The analysis […]
The Costs and Benefits of International Higher Education Students to the UK Economy – September 2021
With 496,000 international students studying for qualifications at higher education institutions across the United Kingdom – equivalent to 20% of all HE students – international students contribute significantly to the economic and social prosperity of the United Kingdom, both in the short term during their studies as well as in the medium to longer term […]
The Welsh Government commissioned LE Wales to assess the costs and benefits of introducing a Statutory Code of Practice on the Delivery of Autism Services compared with the current situation (“business as usual”) and with the introduction of primary legislation. The research was undertaken between December 2020 and March 2021.
London Economics and Webloyalty reveal the top consumer trends formed during the pandemic which are here to stay and how behavioural economics can help your firm thrive post-pandemic.
London Economics were commissioned by the Royal College of Nursing to undertake an assessment of the how average UK house prices and total annual nursing staff pay has evolved since 2011. Using information from the Office for National Statistics and NHS Digital, the analysis identified that average house price inflation over the decade was approximately […]
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RT @LE_Education: If savings are needed, the SAME savings can be achieved by HMT through a combination of increased real interest rates (4.…
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RT @LE_Education: The potential change in the HE repayment threshold saves HMT £1.795bn a cohort. (about 16% of the cost). RAB charge decli…
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RT @LE_Education: The effect of the reduction in the repayment threshold - by gender and earnings decile. Middle income graduates hit (by c…
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RT @LE_Education: New analysis on impact of changes in repayment threshold. Exchequer saving of £1.795bn a cohort. All graduates worse off…
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