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Publication date: 4 May 2020 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Macroeconomics
  Ahead of the Bank of England’s MPC meeting and quarterly monetary policy report on Thursday, here below a summary of key points outlined in our latest analysis for the UK and global economy, available in full here. GDP is estimated to be reduced by about 30 per cent when the lockdown is in...
Publication date: 11 Mar 2020 | Publication type: Other | Authors: Chadha, J S, Dolton, P, Manzoni, C, Mao, X, Nguyen, D, Runge, J, Whyte, K, Young, G
On Wednesday 11th March 2020, Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his first Budget only 27 days after being appointed. The Chancellor delivered this first, post-Brexit Budget for this Government, which has a strong mandate after its comprehensive election victory in December that should be strong...
Publication date: 5 Mar 2020 | Publication type: Other | Authors: Hantzsche, A, Young, G
  On Wednesday 11th March, Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his first Budget only 27 days after being appointed. The Chancellor will deliver his Budget as part of a Government with a strong mandate after its comprehensive election victory in December. We can therefore expect him to use this...
Publication date: 26 Nov 2018 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Macroeconomics, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Young, G
Garry Young's note on the methodology used in the report "The Economic Effects of the Prime Minister's Brexit Deal"
Publication date: 24 Aug 2017 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Macroeconomics | Authors: Farmer, R
Short video presentations from the Applications of Behavioural Economics, and Multiple Equilibrium Models to Macroeconomics conference held at the Bank of England 3-4 July 2017. Roger Farmer introducing "Psychology, Mulitple Equilibria and Economics" James Bullard discussing "Do low interest rates...
Publication date: 16 Nov 2016 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Britain & Finance
Life expectancy has almost doubled since pensions were first introduced for government employees 100 years ago. To continue to afford pensions in the future we have limited options, each presenting difficult trade-offs. Meanwhile both private and public sector provision is changing.
Publication date: 16 Jun 2016 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Armstrong, A
The Missing Debate in the IN/OUT Referendum is the difference between a Single Market and the suggested alternative a Free Trade Agreement. It turns out this matters for the people of the UK - a lot. A Free Trade Agreement doesn't fully cover services - and services account for 8 out of every 10...
Publication date: 3 Dec 2015 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Rolfe, H
This video provides an accessible and humorous account of the issues surrounding the Prime Minister’s negotiations with the European Commission, focused on migrants’ access to welfare benefits. It was commissioned by NIESR and produced by Econfilms with funding from the ESRC under its The UK in a...
Publication date: 19 Aug 2014 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Employment & Social policy
Sir Andrew Dilnot (Head of the UK Statistics Authority) has said that the Prime Minister was wrong to say in his Daily Telegraph article that figures showed that in the past year more than three-quarters of all new jobs have gone to British citizens. In fact, official statistics do not show the...
Publication date: 10 Feb 2014 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Trade, Investment & Productivity | Authors: Van de Ven, J
This document provides an overview of programming code that underlies the Simulator of Individual Dynamic Decisions (SIDD). SIDD is designed to implement a structural model of dynamic decisions, focussing predominantly on the consumption/savings and labour/leisure margins. The structural model upon...

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