Our Work

Below is a small selection of the work that we’ve carried out. Click on a topic to see relevant projects.

Jobs recovery brings inflation warnings

Senior Adviser Andrew Sentance comments on the latest UK inflation and labour market figures, arguing that the Monetary Policy Committee must step up to the challenge of preventing any damages of a possible inflationary surge. The latest UK inflation and labour market figures co...

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Central banks are at the centre of a climate-induced economic transition

Sustainable Investment Manager János Hidi explores how central banks will be affected by climate change and why our global macroeconomic model E3ME is key to preparing for the economic transition that lies ahead. Central banks find themselves at the centre of a climate-induced ...

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Why climate scenario analysis is more than a tick-box exercise

János Hidi argues that investors must act now if they are to be prepared for the climate transition, taking climate scenario analysis to the next level. János introduces the key elements of Cambridge Econometric's global macroeconomic model E3ME that supports the Climate MAPS S...

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Global warming could melt our pension savings

Dóra Fazekas explores what impact climate change will have on assets and pension funds. Are fund managers already assessing these risks on savings? What do they need to adequately assess the threats and prepare for the challenges to come? A recent out of court settlement not ...

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Counting the economic cost of the global pandemic

Senior Adviser Andrew Sentance explores the drivers behind the projected long-term cost of the global pandemic. Andrew argues that countering the long-term impact of Covid-19 needs to be high up on the economic policy agenda both nationally and internationally. The Covid pandemi...

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Climate impact assessment for the Central Bank of Hungary

This study commissioned by the Central Bank of Hungary calculated the impacts of climate-related scenarios with varying levels of global climate action for the Hungarian economy. The research is unique in that in tackles a small country in Central Europe, which is usually not ...

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We need a bold Budget built around a green recovery plan

Senior Adviser Andrew Sentance calls for a bold Budget that addresses long-term investment in the UK's green recovery plan and tax reform, ahead of Rishi Sunak's Budget statement on Wednesday 3 March. On Wednesday 3 March, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak will deliver...

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Spotlight interview: János Hidi

We recently welcomed Sustainable Investment Manager János Hidi to the Cambridge Econometrics team in Budapest. János will be taking forward our Sustainable Investment service at a critical time for the financial sector managing climate risk and building climate resilience. We ...

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March 2020 Budget – battling the fiscal headwinds

Napoleon Bonaparte is widely quoted as saying he would rather have lucky generals who win battles than good generals. The “general” in charge of the British economy – Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak – has had a fair degree of luck in his political career so far...

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Sustainable investment: investing in a time of climate change

We help financial institutions plan for the future and implement the recommendations of the Task-force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) using our in-house macroeconomic model: We provide you with: national and global analysis of the transitional impacts a...

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