Our latest batch of Insights is now available for download from the publications section of our website. In Better the devil you know we explore how framing of known and unknown risks shapes individual choice and policy. In Experimental economics – scattergun or science?, we describe what experiments are and highlight some of the key issues in their use. Finally, in Market…
We advised HM Treasury on the issue of whether it should deliver the voucher accounts service using its in-house team, exploring the advantages and disadvantages of different options
Competition authorities are increasingly using experimental economics to help identify market problems we highlight some of the key issues in their use.
The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa has sadly claimed many lives, we explore how framing of known and unknown risks shapes individual choice and policy.
We are delighted to welcome Emma Souness to Economic Insight as an analyst. Emma previously worked for the regulated industries agency, specialising in electricity regulation, and also the national statistical office in New Zealand.