Tag Archives: economics

The Behavioural Tool Kit – What You Need to Know and Why Should You Care

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Published: 04 May, 2022

James Suter and Tiffany Head of London Economics’ Behavioural Team explain how behavioural economics provides many powerful insights on how people behave and why, with real-world applications in the worlds of business and policy making… What is Behavioural Economics? Behavioural economics is the study of human behaviour and how our ‘behavioural biases’ and the context […]

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AI for Services 2022 – April 2022

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Client:Knowledge Transfer Network
Published: 1 April, 2022

The 2022 AI for Services Report by London Economics has now been published by the Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Network. This is the second edition of the report, exploring the UK’s LawTech, InsurTech and AccounTech landscape and adding a comparative perspective, with case studies covering France, Germany, Singapore and the United States. In this report […]

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SPAC(e) In Focus – Finance at the Final Frontier

Sector:Space.
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Published: 7 March, 2022

The rise of a new financial mechanism has been central to the arrival of many new space ventures on public markets. But as the fervour for SPACs, or special purpose acquisition companies, wanes among investors, what will be the consequence for the space industry? In the latest edition of Space in Focus, Pat Mathewson offers […]

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Economic and Distributional Impacts of the Proposed New Enveloped Property Transactions Tax – February 2022

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Client:Government of Jersey
Published: February, 2022

This report responds to a request from the Government of Jersey’s Economics Unit to provide an assessment of the economic and distributional impacts of the proposed changes set out in the Draft Taxation (Enveloped Property Transactions) (Jersey) Law. The proposed changes analysed in the report are the introduction of a new Enveloped Property Transaction Tax […]

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New Year, New You, New Nudges

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Published: 12 January, 2022

Only around a third of us manage to keep our new year’s resolutions[i]. As 2022 begins, Joscelyn Miller from London Economics’ Behavioural Team reflects on why we are so bad at sticking to plans and how adopting a behavioural approach can help you succeed this year…  The new year perfectly lends itself to goal setting, […]

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