The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) commissioned Economic Insight to undertake an economic impact assessment of the 12 Magnox sites, which are currently being decommissioned. The focus of our work was on the impact sites have on their local economies and communities. We quantified the current impact of sites, and explored what the potential future impacts…
The Office of Manpower Economics (OME) commissioned Economic Insight to review existing literature on different workplace rewards in the public sector, to help understand the relative value to employees, whilst focusing on workforces covered by Pay Review Bodies. Download our Report
James Harvey discusses how an energy price cap may not provide the expected savings in an article for Utility Week – “Where now for an energy price cap?”. This is based on Economic Insight’s model of the UK retail energy market. Read: Where now for an energy price cap?
The Legal Services Board (LSB) asked Economic Insight to analyse the supply-side characteristics of unregulated providers in the wills and estate administration, divorce and intellectual property areas.
Madeleine Matos assesses how the way prices are presented, so called price frames, as well as their levels can affect competition and consumer welfare.
Severn Trent asked Economic Insight to provide analysis to help inform the debate on the appropriate form of any price control for the household water retail market.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills commissioned Economic Insight to examine the relationship between public and private investment in research and development (R&D).
Analysing the variation in productivity growth between different sectors of the UK labour productivity statistics could provide the answer to unlocking productivity growth in the UK.
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
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.