London Economics provides public policy advice to government institutions and agencies, international organisations, and private sector companies wishing to engage with the policy process, across Europe and further afield. Our senior staff have high-level public as well as private-sector experience.
We have strong capabilities in public policy development, project appraisal, impact assessment and public policy and project evaluation. Our consultants are highly-qualified economists with experience in applying a wide variety of analytical techniques to assist our public policy work, including cost-benefit analysis, multi-criteria analysis, policy simulation, scenario building, statistical analysis and mathematical modelling. We are also experienced in using a wide range of data collection techniques including literature reviews, survey questionnaires, interviews and focus groups. In addition, we have extensive experience of using official statistical sources and private sector databases, often in innovative ways.
London Economics’ Consumer Behaviour and Protection team comprises of experienced economists who specialise in the understanding of consumer behaviour and preferences and consumer related issues. Underpinning all our work is a strong commitment to delivering methodologically robust and independent analysis that meet the needs of our clients.
London Economics are experts in the economics of the justice and legal affairs, covering the legal system, penal policy and criminal justice strategy, from crime, policing through to the courts, prisons and probation, including rehabilitation programmes, as well of offering substantive economic analysis of legal issues.
Our aim is to provide robust and independent analysis through applying economic principles to the wide range of policy issues in this sector. Our experience to date has covered both adult and children’s health and social services, as well as the interface between health and social care services.