You are invited to attend a two-part press conference on Tuesday 1st November at which we will present NIESR's quarterly UK and global economic forecasts, preceded by presentations of a selection of research articles on the implications of the EU Referendum outcome, both published in the November issue of the NIESR Review.
Please note that this event is for journalists ONLY
As part of our Seminar Series, The National Institute of Economic and Social Research is delighted to have Catia Nicodemo, Research Fellow, Centre for Health Service Economics & Organisation, University of Oxford, presenting a paper on Immigration and the Reallocation of Work Health Risks, on Monday 31st October.
The seminar will run from 1pm to 2pm preceded by a sandwich lunch served by 12.30pm
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research is delighted to host a seminar held by Samya Beidas-Strom and Aqib Aslam (IMF), in which they will present the analytical chapters from the IMF's World Economic Outlook October 2016: "Global trade: What’s Behind the Slowdown" and "Global Disinflation in an Era of Constrained Monetary Policy".
In this first lecture, economic performance will be considered in terms of income and productivity growth, prior to and following the recession. We shall examine the so-called "productivity puzzle" and explore the possible explanations and solutions.
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research is delighted to host a seminar, held by Peter Temin, Professor Emeritus of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in which he will present his new book "Race and the Vanishing Middle Class". The event will be chaired by our Director, Professor Jagjit S. Chadha.
You are invited to attend an Economists Briefing on Wednesday 3rd August at which we will present and discuss analysis associated with NIESR's quarterly UK and global economic forecasts, published that morning, as well as the Director’s Commentary on the economic implications of the EU Referendum outcome.