Economy

Tax & Finance

The relationship between finance, incomes, spending and the wider economy is complex.  Policies that target social, economic and environmental objectives typically involve a change in public spending, a change in the level and incidence of taxes and measures to engage investment by private finance.

You need guidance on what the impact of these changes might be.  Our macroeconomic assessments provide you with reliable evidence on how interventions will affect the economy and what the consequences might be for government budgets.

With our help you will gain an understanding of any unintended consequences that will make policy less effective or undermine progress towards objectives in other areas.

Some challenging questions we can help you answer:

Our Tax & Finance work

Future employment and automation

The main purpose of this study is to raise awareness of the changes that the EU labour market will face as a result of the adoption of new technologies. It is the first study of its kind to use pan-European data sources (the Eurofound Task analysis and the Cedefop Skills Forec...

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Competitiveness impacts of carbon policies on UK energy-intensive industrial sectors to 2030

Cambridge Econometrics supported the UK Committee on Climate Change (CCC) with its ongoing assessment of the impact of low carbon policies on energy prices and bills. The study also looked at the competitiveness implications of climate change policies and energy prices on UK m...

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Designing an EU-wide unemployment benefits system

This study explored whether an EU-wide Unemployment Benefits System (UBS) could act as an effective fiscal stabilizer to mitigate future economic shocks.

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Richard Lewney Chairman rl@camecon.com