Publications

AI for Services – September 2020

Client:Knowledge Transfer Network
Published: September, 2020
Document type:LE publication | Report

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other data technologies are set to impact almost every sector of the economy, bringing significant opportunities for UK businesses. Across the accountancy, insurance and legal sectors, AI and data have the potential to transform the way businesses interact with customers, deliver better and more personal products and services, and bring systemic […]

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Untangling the OneWeb Web

Sector:Space
Client:N/A
Published: August, 2020
Document type:LE publication

On July 3rd 2020, the British government committed $500m to successfully acquire a 45% stake in OneWeb[i], a company whose ambitions for mass constellation broadband were thwarted by Chapter 11 bankruptcy in March.[ii] The size of the taxpayer commitment, uncertainties over the commercial and technical feasibility of OneWeb and its strategic alignment with UK space […]

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COVID-19 Mortality and Long-term Care: a UK Comparison

Sector:Space
Client:N/A
Published: August, 2020
Document type:Report

This report, authored by researchers from London Economics / LE Wales and other institutions across the UK, provides a comparison of the impacts of COVID-19 on the long term care sector across the four UK nations.  It provides an up to date estimate of the size of the adult care home sector across the UK […]

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Covid-19 in Welsh Care Homes – Update 4 August 2020

Sector:Space
Client:N/A
Published: August, 2020
Document type:Briefing

This is a one page briefing that summarise the latest weekly data from Care Inspectorate Wales on Covid-19 and other deaths of Welsh care home residents. Previous updates and other COVID-19 publications are available here.    

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Why Do People Purchase Electric Vehicles? – August 2020

Sector:Behavioural Economics
Client:N/A
Published: August, 2020
Document type:

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.

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