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  • Cambridge Econometrics Home Page
    of see more on our origins and ethos Our work covers a number of thematic areas of interest encompassing the UK Europe and global areas in our analysis We also produce economic forecasts at macro sectoral and regional levels with a portfolio covering the UK and Europe delivered through our client access Knowledge Base This page shows a selection of some of our recent work You can access the full range through the site menus You can also follow us on LinkedIn December 2015 Energy Effi ciency in Europe The European Commission has recently published a study led by Cambridge Econometrics that assessed the economic and social impacts of investing in energy efficiency across Europe The E3ME model was used extensively in the study and the results from the modelling fed into the official assessment of the EU s 2030 energy efficiency targets The full report is available here November 2015 En route pour un transport durable Cambridge Econometrics has launched the latest report in the Fuelling Europe s Future series commissioned by the European Climate Foundation En route pour un transport durable examines the potential and implication for a transition towards low carbon light duty vehicles in France See here for more information November 2015 Cedefop launches the new Skills Panorama website on 1 December On the 1 December at 11 00 CET Cedefop will launch the new Skills Panorama website Skills Panorama turns labour market data and information into useful accurate and timely intelligence that informs policy makers about skills and jobs in Europe The new website will provide a more comprehensive and user friendly central access point for information and intelligence on skill needs in occupations and sectors across Europe The new Skills Panorama is intended primarily for policy makers and experts It provides them with a tool for developing evidence based education and training and planning policy including measures to tackle labour market mismatches Skills Panorama is brought to you by the European Commission and is powered by Cedefop The Consortium composed of Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini Cambridge Econometrics RAND Europe and the University of Warwick s Institute for Employment Research supported Cedefop by providing data analysis and intelligence on skills and labour markets for the new Skills Panorama Register for the online event at http skillspanorama cedefop europa eu launch and learn more about the new Skills Panorama Like Skills Panorama on Facebook and follow it on Twitter and on YouTube For more information contact Rachel Beaven October 2015 DECC Feed in Tariff Review Assessment The British Photovoltaic Association BPVA commissioned Cambridge Econometrics to review the data and assumptions applied in DECC s Impact Assessment of proposed revisions to the Feed in Tariffs for small scale renewables 2015 The review focussed on small scale domestic solar PV and identifies a number of alternative assumptions that could be made when calculating the relationship between Feed in Tariffs and real rates of return As such it calculates an alternative set of Feed in Tariff rates and degression schedules

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  • Site Map
    Sub National Energy Environment Labour Market Training Services About Us Site Map Site Map Home Macro Sectoral Sub National Energy Environment Labour Market Training Services About Us Site Map 2016

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  • Consultancy capability
    competency is the design implementation and interpretation of economic and statistical analysis to inform decision makers We maintain our own suite of economic models and develop bespoke models to meet the needs of clients We have a successful track record of high quality and innovative modelling and analyses undertaken for a wide range of clients in business and government Our analytical skills and expertise Data analysis At the heart of our work is the objective to extract meaning from economic data We have expertise in developing methods and software tools to analyse and interpret highly disaggregated data sets systematically and efficiently processing data filling data gaps matching data sets from different sources and assessing the suitability of data for statistical or econometric analysis Modelling Our senior staff embody many years of daily practice in modelling with expertise to design appropriate modelling strategies and communicate what analysis the models can and cannot undertake We maintain our own suite of economic models and develop bespoke models to meet the needs of clients in this way experience and innovation can be shared across the board Our approach to modelling is designed to provide analysis to illuminate and inform your decision making We aim not merely to deliver a model but the capacity to make it work for you We collaborate with you and your staff to specify an appropriate design develop your in house capability to interpret the model s output with confidence and to acquire the knowledge of how the model works and how to operate and maintain it Econometric methods We have experience in the application of econometric methods in particular in the fields of policy analysis evaluation and impact assessment We are able to recruit high calibre graduates who are enthusiastic about econometric analysis and equipped with the latest techniques

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  • Consultancy Capability
    Labour Market Global Econometrics Training and Evaluation Economic modelling courses Feedback from previous customers Recommended Reading Contact details Origins and ethos Senior staff Careers Archived news Home Consultancy Capability Our areas of business We are experienced in the design implementation and effective communication of the results of studies that draw on our extensive quantitative analytical skills and depth of knowledge in specific subject areas We frequently work as part of

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  • Our suite of models
    Labour Market Global Econometrics Training and Evaluation Economic modelling courses Feedback from previous customers Recommended Reading Contact details Origins and ethos Senior staff Careers Archived news Home Our suite of models Our suite of models One of our key core competencies is the construction and application of socio economic models to a wide range of real world issues Below are links to a selection of the suite of models that

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  • Cambridge Econometrics Knowledge Base
    Econometrics Knowledge Base Here you can access the extensive range of economic analysis data and forecasts for all our subscription services Some of the content is available publicly If you try to visit a page that is only available to subscribers you will be asked to log in For more information on how to subscribe please contact us Analysis and forecasts for the UK macroeconomy and by sector Analysis and

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  • Cambridge Econometrics Archived news
    and uncertainties to any forecast and our study is no exception Availability of skilled labour and the necessary infrastructure to house and transport people is paramount Adverse economic conditions in Europe and the possibility of Brexit also cast clouds on the forecast horizon Andrew Carter of Centre for Cities said In recent years we ve seen growth in high skilled high paid jobs in the national economy being led by our city centres most notably central London Given this trend is likely to continue over the next decade the focus of policy should be on making sure that central London businesses can get both the staff and office space they need to drive future growth not just in the wider London economy but the national economy overall April 2015 The Use of Discount Rates in Policy Modelling Discount Rates in Policy ModellingCambridge Econometrics was commissioned by Friends of the Earth to provide an independent review of the discount rates used when modelling future energy and climate policies The analysis found that choice of discount rate is highly important It is central to estimates of long run costs and can influence whether more investment intensive policies including ambitious renewable and energy efficiency policies are supported or not The final report is available here March 2015 Fuelling Britain s Future Cambridge Econometrics building on the success of the award winning report Fuelling Europe s Future has undertaken a research project to assess the economic impact of decarbonising cars and vans in the UK The project was commissioned by the European Climate Foundation and was informed by a core working group of experts in the motor vehicles industry as well as other interested stakeholders The report Fuelling Britain s Future considers the economic impact of a series of forward looking scenarios that encompass alternative visions of Europe s future vehicle fleet A ten page summary of the report is available to download as a PDF here The full technical report can also be downloaded as a PDF here For more information contact Philip Summerton Commenting on the report Edmund King President of the Automobile Association AA said The cost of motoring is still the number one concern for motorists so the fact that low carbon vehicles are driving down costs is great news both for drivers and for Britain s economy Jerry Hardcastle OBE Global Chief Marketability Engineer at Nissan said The report clearly demonstrates how battery electric vehicles will continue to positively contribute to the UK economy Beyond the jobs that we have created in Sunderland around the production of the Nissan LEAF electric car there will further developments in the products and services that support zero emissions mobility Over time it is becoming clear that each battery EV is an investment in public health as it will also enable the necessary air quality improvements in urban environments Darren Lindsey Head of Government and Public Affairs UK and Ireland at Michelin said It can no longer come as a surprise to anyone

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  • About Cambridge Econometrics - Origins and ethos
    but we do select from the results of our analysis to present the key messages that we think the evidence supports Our work is often used by clients whether in government or outside of it as part of an evidence base from which to argue for particular policies and our work may be cited selectively as that case is made We take responsibility for the analysis that we provide those who cite from the work are responsible for how they use it That distinction is not always made clear in the way that our analysis is cited but we do our best to maintain it Ownership The company is a trading subsidiary of a charity the Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics which receives income from the company to pursue its registered objects The charity guarantees the independence of the company and has the following objects The Charity is established to advance education in the field of economics for the benefit of the public with particular regard to the following principles a that economic behaviour is primarily social rather than individual b that economic behaviour is influenced by aesthetic and ethical values as well as economic values and c that the pursuit of self interest in economic behaviour can impact adversely on both society and the environment In particular the Charity is to educate the public in developing practices and policies that recognise and redress the adverse effects that arise from lack of awareness of the principles stated above History The company was established in 1978 to provide commercial access to research in the University of Cambridge in particular to the work carried out in developing the Cambridge Multisectoral Dynamic Model of the British economy MDM Its first honorary president was Prof Sir Richard Stone Nobel Laureate in Economics

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