The economic and social impact of Cardiff University – October 2015

Practice area: Economics of Education | Education and Labour Markets | Higher education | Labour market economics | Labour markets
Client: Cardiff University
Published: October, 2015
Keywords: impact assessment modelling quantitative analysis

London Economics undertook an in-depth economic impact analysis on behalf of Cardiff University. The analysis considered the economic  and social impact  of the university on the UK economy covering teaching and learning activities, research, the direct, indirect and  induced effect associated with the university’s physical footprint, as well as its contribution to exports arising from international student recruitment.  The analysis demonstrated the total economic impact of Cardiff University to be in the region of £2.7bn in 2012-13. Full details of the analysis  and a summary report can be found by clicking on the links above.