Key to our work is our suite of in-house models. These powerful tools give us the ability to explore, analyse and interpret a wide range of topics and scenarios with high confidence in the projected outcomes.
How will the UK’s post-Brexit immigration system impact on the UK economy? In particular, how might restrictions on low-skilled migration from the EU to the UK impact on wages, vacancy rates, prices and competitiveness?
Chris Woolliscroft, Project Manager in our Societ…
The critics of macroeconomic modelling often refer to the models as ‘black boxes’, mystifying entities whereby data is input and a set of results come out at the other side – the inner workings of the model itself are opaque.
It’s important to us that our tools, their scope an…
The entire premise for reducing immigration is flawed … ending freedom of movement is a disingenuous way to meet the net immigration thresholds set out in the Conservative Party manifesto. So says our Managing Director, Phil Summerton.
The populist arguments against immigrat…
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