We are pleased to invite you to this seminar at which Professor Bronwyn Hall will discuss research she has carried out on the relationship between R&D, innovation, and intellectual property and the impact of this relationship on firm productivity.
As part of our External Seminar series in which academics present their work to NIESR staff and special guests, on Tuesday 20th October we will have Professor Uta Schönberg (University College London) discussing work she did alongside Christian Dustmann and Jan Stuhler, on Labour Supply Shocks and the Dynamics of Local Wages and Employment, and we would be pleased for you to attend.
City Deals have not only become an important part of local economic development strategies, they now play a significant role in discussions of the future governance and government of UK city-regions. ESRC Knowledge Exchange Leaderships Fellows based at Policy Scotland are organising a seminar at which leading academics will take stock of the development of City Deals to date.
*Please note that this event is for journalists only, as it contains embargoed material*
Issue no. 233 of the National Institute Economic Review will be launched at a press conference on Tuesday 4 August 2015 at 11.00am, at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, 2 Dean Trench St, Smith Square, London SW1P 3HE.
At the press briefing, we will present our latest forecasts for the UK and world economies. We will also present our analysis of the implications of developments in the Greek crisis.
Economics of UK Constitutional Change
with Lord O’Neill, Commercial Secretary to HM Treasury, and four leading researchers in the field
Date: Tuesday 21 July
Venue: National Institute of Economic and Social Research, 2 Dean Trench St, London SW1P 3HE
We would like to invite you to a seminar on 'the economics of constitutional change' at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research with Lord O'Neill, Commercial Secretary to HM Treasury, and four leading researchers in this field.
As part of our External Seminar series in which academics and policymakers present their work to NIESR staff and special guests, on Thursday 9th July we will have Rafal Kierzenkowski, Senior Economist at OECD (and Head of Netherlands/United Kingdom desk in the Economics Department) discussing work he is doing on the UK productivity puzzle.