You are invited to attend an Economists’ Briefing on Wednesday 7th February at which we will present and discuss analysis associated with NIESR's quarterly UK and global economic forecasts, published that morning.
It is likely, although not certain, that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. What remains highly uncertain is the direction that British economic policy will take, leading up to, during and following any Brexit process, and whether such an exit will be a single event or a series of adjustments stretched out over a number of years. There is also uncertainty about how the European Union will configure its policy towards the UK and about how the UK will, or should, react to any retaliatory action by the EU. (...More...)
You are invited to attend a press conference on Tuesday 6th February at which we will present NIESR's quarterly UK and global economic forecasts, published in the February issue of the NIESR Review.
The presentations, introduced and chaired by NIESR’s Director Jagjit Chadha, will include an analysis of the trade-offs that confront the UK and EU for the upcoming Brexit negotiations and the consequences of these on the economic outlook.
The event, organized for a select audience of policy-makers, academics and education experts in the media, will provide an exclusive preview of new research on school performance, due to be published in the February issue of the National Institute Economic Review.
Please note attendance to this event is by invitation only
European societies are ageing, and so are their workforces. Not only is the share of older people in the workforce growing rapidly, people also work for longer. However, many older people also exit the labour market prematurely because they are unable to combine work with illness, disability or care commitments, they have become unemployed, or they are not motivated to continue working, sometimes due to poor working conditions. (...More...)