Labour, Employment and Wages

The world of work is undergoing a massive transformation, driven by technological innovation, globalisation, and demographic changes. The changing labour market is affecting the nature of work, types of jobs and contradicting arrangements, and it affects how we address inequalities and social mobility. Covid-19 has impacted some sectors and workers disproportionately, while also accelerating the take-up of remote working across the office-based and service sectors.

At the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, we have a strong tradition of research informing labour market policies and practices, by exploring employment and wages, and the experiences of workers and employers.

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The University Pension Scheme – a way forward

26 Nov 2021

Policy Papers

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Wage pressures: a perspective from online job advertisements

04 Nov 2021

UK Economic Outlook Box Analysis

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Endogenous social distancing and containment policies in social networks

01 Oct 2021

National Institute Economic Review

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How much risk is the USS taking?

29 Sep 2021

Policy Papers

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Labour Market Recovery on Track as Furlough Ends

14 Sep 2021

Wage Trackers

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