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Interview with Chief Economist Hector Pollitt

After almost twenty years at Cambridge Econometrics, our Chief Economist Hector Pollitt is moving on to take on a new role at an international organisation. We took the opportunity to sit down with Hector and ask him about economic thinking, how it has developed and changed, and …

COP26: Raise the ambition and support a Just Transition

With days to go until COP26, Chair of Cambridge Econometrics Richard Lewney calls for more ambitious decarbonisation targets and a Just Transition. Richard shares top scenario analysis insights using our global macroeconomic model E3ME.
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A cold winter would be devastating for poorer homes

CEO Phil Summerton warns that rising energy prices will affect the poorest households in Britain this winter, as they face the challenge of increasing energy and food prices as well as the spread of Covid-19 and seasonal influenza. Phil highlights three options for the Government…