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  • En route pour un transport durable
    and was informed by a core working group of experts in the motor vehicles industry as well as other interested stakeholders The report En route pour un transport durable considers the economic impact of a series of forward looking scenarios that encompass alternative visions of France s future vehicle fleet A complementary analysis undertaken by Element Energy and Artelys considers the implications and potential synergies between electric vehicles and the

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  • UK: Consultancy Capability
    for saving and investment Redressing these imbalances is now a long term goal of government and provides the context in which long term strategic planning must now be taken by firms and policy makers alike But redressing any of these imbalances has implications for the composition and performances of the firms industries workforces and value chains that make up the UK economy Cambridge Econometrics is equipped to provide a broad

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  • Europe: Consultancy Capability
    against lower cost producers in Asia and beyond these changes have put even greater pressure on firms to lower costs and improve their productive performance CE s European sectoral analysis can be split along three main strands 1 Competitiveness studies Since 2007 CE has been part of an on going sector competitiveness framework undertaking studies for the European Commission DG Enterprise and Industry The framework consortium is comprised of a number of European organisations Ecorys the Ifo Institute IDEA Consult the Danish Technological Institute Euromonitor and the Vienna Institute for Economic Studies among others who have come together with the objective of better understanding the factors that affect European sector competitiveness at all levels microeconomic structural and macroeconomic CE has been involved in a range of sector studies including studies on the internationalisation of value chains and the cost competitiveness of European industry based on comparative unit labour costs plus studies on the electrical and electronic engineering metalworking and metal articles mechanical engineering non ferrous metals defence ceramics and glass sectors All these studies and more can be found on the project website 2 Detailed modelling work CE provides an in depth analysis of competitiveness in the European economies by splitting production into 69 sectors and examining the complex interactions between them their relationships with the wider economy and the trade of goods and services across the EU members and with global markets This analysis extends to cover labour market issues and environmental concerns allowing us to offer a fully integrated approach to policy analysis and impact assessment The analysis makes extensive use of the E3ME model and its detailed databases E3ME is based on the European System of Accounts ESA95 and provides the sectoral disaggregation described above in each of the EU28 member states It is therefore ideally suited

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  • Global: Consultancy Capbility
    has become increasingly complex and interdependent in recent years The pace of transition in the rapidly expanding Asian economies is bringing increasing affluence to international markets The outlook for growth in western economies is in contrast much weaker with adverse demographic trends and the need in the medium term to correct public sector funding imbalances The international team at Cambridge Econometrics is equipped to provide full ranges of economic analysis on important international issues such as Analysis of trade policies including bilateral and free trade agreements Global labour market Global sector analysis Global macroeconomic outlooks Global energy environment issues eg Climate change analysis and international carbon markets Commodity and energy prices Our approach is highly empirical in nature This could mean for example For large countries or global assessment we can apply the E3ME macroeconomic model to quantify both the direct and indirect impacts of the above issues For other countries with detailed data available it may be possible to build a new model for this purpose For small countries the analysis could be based on a set of assumptions and accounting relationships For sector specific assessment we can provide data analysis econometric estimations or use our macroeconomic models One

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  • UK: Consultancy Capability
    the securing of a major new inward investor Cambridge Econometrics has a strong track record in undertaking rigorous and innovative analysis for regional and local government and business over the last three decades Our core expertise is in the application of economic modelling and data analysis techniques and forecasting to support planning and policy We are skilled at working in teams with other consultancies In this way we can integrate relevant information from detailed data analysis with insights from other often more qualitative analysis to provide a complete analysis of the policy issue under investigation We have experience interacting with both technical and non technical audiences allowing our wide range of clients to get the most from the services that we provide Our expertise includes detailed demographic analysis benchmarking local economies the interrelationship between housing employment and commuting sustainable economic development Specifically we offer an established reputation for understanding the economic linkages within regional and sub regional economies and linkages with the rest of the national and international economy rigorous and detailed analysis combining formal modelling and other statistical techniques with vital qualitative information and regional and local forecasting services local area monitoring reports that provide up to date data on an agreed set of indicators placing recent developments in the context of changes taking place in the region and the UK as well as that in similar areas forward looking strategic economic assessments MDM E3 a highly disaggregated dynamic model of the UK regions based on an input output framework which allows a wide range of regional economic analysis right through from individual industry detail up to top level macro level indicators and levers within a consistent UK framework the Local Economy Forecasting Model LEFM developed jointly with the Institute for Employment Research Warwick University a user friendly software

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  • European Consultancy Capability
    high quality data for regions and cities across Europe CE maintains a European regional database which contains a variety of indicators useful for analysing regional trends The data are available from 1980 and are updated annually and includes sectoral data for output employment hours worked demographic data NUTS2 and NUTS3 coverage over the EU27 The CE European regional database has been used as a source of numerous academic studies on growth and convergence over the years and is regularly cited in academic journals Please contact us for a more detailed description of the database contents and how to access it 2 Analysis of regional growth and its underlying factors For many years CE has been leading and participating in projects that have investigated European regional growth convergence competitiveness and resilience This has occurred mainly through studies for the European Commission and also through the publication of conference papers and journal articles CE is always open to approaches from private public and academic organisations to get involved in similar work In 2012 CE with partner institutes Applica and wiiw completed a four year study on the main factors underlying European regional growth looking at the best and worst performing regions in Europe over the period 1995 2005 and including over 45 in depth case study regions Some main findings from the project can be found on the project website More recently CE undertook a two year FP7 project entitled Building Regional BioEconomies BERST which looks at the ability and potential for regions in Europe to establish a bio economy presence in their area CE s role is to review the drivers of regional bio economies and describe the various criteria which underpin them See the project website for more details CE has recently started a new project again partnered with Applica

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  • UK: Consultancy Capability
    quantitative macroeconomic evaluations of these policies in the UK particularly through applying the integrated MDM E3 model Our recent work includes contributions to the Committee on Climate Change s assessment of the first carbon budget a macroeconomic assessment of large scale deployment of offshore wind for WWF and the Greenpeace Environmental Trust and regular forecasts of energy and emissions for the Department of Energy and Climate Change and a variety

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  • Europe: Consultancy Capability
    EU is now set at European level Cambridge Econometrics has substantial experience in carrying out quantitative macroeconomic and sectoral evaluations of these policies particularly through our modelling expertise applying the integrated E3ME model Our recent work includes contributions to European Commission Impact Assessments of the Energy Efficiency and Energy Taxation Directives the 2030 climate and energy targets and an economic and employment evaluation of the EU s Energy Roadmap We

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