Article link Restrictive practices by digital ecosystems have become an area of significant concern for competition enforcement theory and practice. Two such practices have received particular attention: restrictions to openness and restrictions to interoperability. This independent article by London Economics Partner, Dr Paula Ramada, explores the role of these restrictions in “product ecosystems”, i.e. ecosystems […]
Siôn Jones, Partner at LE, took part in an interview on 15th May 2021 about social care funding on the BBC Politics Wales programme. The programme is available here and the discussions are also reported on the BBC News website here.
London Economics were delighted to be asked by the Association of University Directors of Estates to provide a presentation at their 2021 annual conference on the economic headwind facing higher education post Covid-19. The presentation is available here.
Following recent debate in relation to whether employees covered by the Agenda for Change (AfC) Framework have received a real terms pay cut since 2010-11, London Economics have produced a short analysis outlining the impact of inflation on the salaries received by AfC workers. Simply put, the analysis indicates that more than 1 million AfC […]
Following comments made by Mr Hancock to the Health Select Committee, London Economics released the following statement: “When asked today by the Health Select Committee whether the proposed 1% pay increase to Agenda for Change employees was a pay increase or a real-terms pay cut, the Secretary of State Mr Hancock stated that “inflation is […]
Following the recommendation from the Government that NHS workers receive a 1% pay rise, and subsequent claims from Ministers that salaries for newly qualified nurses have gone up by more than 12 per cent in recent years, Channel 4 News have used analysis conducted by the London Economics Labour Market team in their fact checking […]
LE’s Dr Charlotte Duke joined Centrica – Power to the People – to discuss the connected home, the connected customer, the connected car. You can listen to the podcast here.
Westminster Business Forum Policy Conference on Investment Management Reform – Behavioural Insights for Information Disclosure
James Suter presented LE’s behavioural research on consumer decision-making when choosing between investment funds at the Westminster Business Forum policy conference on investment management reform in the UK on 10th December 2020. You can view the presentation here.
London Economics is pleased to announce a new partnership with satellite-based Earth Observation specialists, Argans, to develop commercially-focused products under the theme of ‘Earth Observation and Climate Change’ as part of the UK Space Agency’s £7 million National Space Innovation Programme (NSIP). London Economics’ and Argan’s project will assess the commercial and technical feasibility of using […]
London Economics’ Dr Charlotte Duke joins Centrica’s podcast ‘Power to the People’, exploring the behavioural economic motivations behind our decisions to purchase electric vehicles. You can listen to the podcast here.