Press & events

UK Space Conference 2019

August 22, 2019

We will be exhibiting at the UK Space conference 2019, between 24 – 26 September at ICC Wales, in Newport.   We will be at stand E9 for anyone wanting to meet the team and learn more about what we can offer!

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DataIQ Align, 30 April 2019

April 12, 2019

“As the nature of the data-value exchange between consumers and businesses shifts, so does the need to apply an ethical filter and privacy overlay to the fundamentals of data protection. But what should this look like and how does it alter the commercial value that can be derived from data? Will there be an ethical […]

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Increasing Trust in Data: Could ‘data Trusts’ Help? Open Data Institute Panel Discussion, 15 April 2019

Following LE’s review of the work undertaken by the Open Data Institute (ODI) to explore the concept of data trusts to increase data sharing while retaining trust from both people and organisations, Moritz Godel, Divisional Director at LE, will discuss the results with experts from the ODI, the Alan Turing Institute and  the Information Law […]

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European Parliament Roundtable

January 18, 2019

The proceedings from a European University Institute – European Parliament roundtable on the ‘Role of the European Parliament in promoting the use of independent expertise in the legislative process’ have now been published. Siôn Jones, Partner at LE, spoke at the roundtable in sessions on ‘Building the Digital Single Market – identifying most efficient policy […]

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South Korean Financial Supervisory Service

November 7, 2018

Dr Charlotte Duke, Partner at LE, expert speaker at the South Korean Financial Supervisory Service, Seoul, November 29th 2018. Charlotte will speak about advances in consumer protection using behavioural economics. http://english.fss.or.kr/fss/eng/p/news/nae_list.jsp?bbsid=1289275383004

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Insurance Fraud Forum 2018

October 17, 2018

Dr Charlotte Duke, Partner at LE, invited speaker at the Insurance Fraud Forum 2018 in London. Charlotte discussed how behavioural economics and nudges can be used to reduce insurance casual fraud and errors in applications and claims. http://www.postevents.co.uk/fraud

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The Economic Impact of Group of Eight Universities (Australia)

August 14, 2018

London Economics presented their report on the economic impact of Group of Eight universities (Australia). The total economic impact associated with Group of Eight universities’ activities across Australia in 2016 was estimated to be $66.43 billion. The full report is available here. The study has received media coverage, for example: Times Higher Education Sydney Morning Herald The […]

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London Economics at the ICO’s Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference 2018

April 10, 2018

The ICO’s Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference 2018 took place on Monday 9 April at the Manchester Central Conference Centre. Moritz Godel presented LE research carried out last year for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the benefits of personal data rights under the GDPR. The work on  produced two important insights: the existence, rather than the exercise, […]

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The Business Benefits of Improved Trust Via the GDPR – UK Insurer GDPR and PCI Working Group, 29 November 2017

December 7, 2017

How does GDPR interact with other dimensions of trust to enable consumer participation in the digital economy? LE presented new insights on consumer valuation of GDPR rights and discussed the implications for the UK insurance industry in a meeting  of the UK Insurer GDPR and PCI Working Group in London on 29 November 2017. Download […]

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AmCham EU – The Action Scorecard

November 14, 2016

AmCham EU’s launches the 2016 Agenda for Action Scorecard at high-level policy discussion “Europe at a crossroads: Where do we go from here?” held on 9th November 2016. The Action Scorecard prepared by London Economics measures the progress the EU is making against AmCham EU’s action areas for growth, as well as offering an outlook […]

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