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  • Regional and Local Sustainable Development
    central government to provide added value in delivering sustainable development and many have identified per capita reductions in CO2 emissions as a key target in regional strategies and Local Area Agreements They therefore have to address the increasingly important but complex issue of how changes in economic activity might impact on the environment in terms of pollution climate change and on the use of natural resources as well as the impact that international national and sector based initiatives focused on achieving environmental outcomes will have on economic development opportunities Tools and competence CE provides core expertise in using modelling and statistical analysis to support strategic planning and policy analysis together with broad and deep appreciation of policy environment Specifically we offer an established national and international reputation for understanding the links between the economy energy and the environment and for analysing regional and industrial structural change rigorous and detailed analysis combining formal modelling and other statistical techniques with vital qualitative information the wider perspective within which particular policies or strategies are operating a context that is easily overlooked in sector or policy specific analysis REEIO a model developed specifically for and with policy makers to provide them with a firm

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  • Sub-national UK experience
    key areas The baseline estimates or nowcasts for 2014 provided a more timely assessment of the health of the Greater Essex economy than was possible from the latest official estimates for sub regional economies Working Futures 2012 22 UK Commission for Employment and Skills In this major project led by the Institute for Employment Research at Warwick University CE produced a comprehensive set of employment projections for the UK its nations and regions and Local Enterprise Partnerships areas in England Economic Areas in Wales Regional Skills Assessment areas in Scotland and Workforce Development Forum areas in Northern Ireland Economic Scenarios for Oxfordshire and Districts Vale of White Horse District Council This project led by CE in collaboration with SQW used CE s Local Economy Forecasting Model LEFM to develop robust quantified economic scenarios for Oxfordshire and its districts to 2031 to help inform the development of a Strategic Economic Plan and the Strategic Housing Market Assessment SHMA Assessing the demographic structure of econ towns Homes and Communities Agency and partners This project modelled the long term transition in the population structure of a series of proposed new eco town developments Baseline assumptions and outputs were developed in consultation with the clients and stakeholders The models were subsequently used by the clients to develop outputs that could be used to plan for the provision of services such as schools hospitals community facilities and transport links Developing the Recession Evidence Base for Rural Areas Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs This project developed an appropriate framework for monitoring the rural economy against the backdrop of the recession and the early signs of recovery Through this it developed insights as to the character causes and consequences of the recession on rural areas and provided some insights into the prospects for recovery The work involved forming of hypotheses concerning the recent and likely future performance of rural areas statistical analysis to gather evidence to verify or reject the hypotheses a series of area based case studies to verify the findings of the statistical analysis on the ground and finally the identification and development of appropriate policy responses Competitiveness Index for Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Economic Advisory Group This project led by CE developed a Competitiveness Index to assess the competitiveness of the Northern Ireland economy and compare this to a number of comparator economies The project involved closely following an established methodology the World Economic Forum s Global Competitiveness Index used to measure competitiveness and applying this in Northern Ireland Support for the North West Economic Forecasting Panel Northwest Development Agency This project led by SQW provided ongoing support to the North West s independent Regional Economic Forecasting Panel in its analysis of the regional and subregional economies and in the production of high profile dissemination reports Two short term forecast reports reviewing prospects over the next three years and a long term report that considered prospects some 20 years out were produced annually Housing and Economy in the West Midlands West Midlands

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  • UK: Modelling Capability
    of the UK Its integrated structure combines economic development with physical demands for energy and the emission of pollutants into the atmosphere In terms of its coverage MDM E3 is similar to many of the computable general equilibrium CGE models that are sometimes used for environmental policy analysis However MDM E3 is an empirical rather than theoretical model with parameters determined by relationships in historical time series data MDM E3

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  • Europe: Modelling Capability
    integrated structure combines economic development with physical demands for energy and material resources and the emission of pollutants into the atmosphere In terms of coverage and application E3ME is similar to many of the computable general equilibrium CGE models that are also sometimes used for policy analysis However it is important to note that there are key differences in modelling approach E3ME is an empirical rather than theoretical model it

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  • Global: Modelling Capability
    for the 2009 London G20 summit and the European Commission s Impact Assessment of the 2030 European energy and climate targets E3ME is highly empirical in approach and is based on actual historical time series data Its main advantages are The close integration of the world s economies with its energy systems and environment including two way interactions between each component A detailed sectoral disaggregation that allows for analysis of

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  • UK: Modelling Capability
    economy It provides a high level of sectoral disaggregation demographic information and substantial labour market detail covering occupations skills and qualifications CE s Multisectoral Dynamic Model of the UK economy MDM E3 has been used to undertake analysis of regional and national labour markets It underpins the UK s official Working Futures employment and skills projections In addition we draw on our experience in modelling and in the application of

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  • Europe: Modelling Capability
    not rely on unrealistic assumptions such as constant returns to scale perfectly competitive markets lack of involuntary unemployment or exogenous technical progress This makes E3ME more suitable for analysis of the labour market than many other types of macroeconomic models Using the E3ME model CE can provide medium to long term forecasts of labour supply and demand in Europe In collaboration with IER we can provide further skills supply and

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  • Global: Modelling Capability
    an econometric model meaning key relationships are validated by and against the historical data In addition the model does not rely on unrealistic assumptions such as constant returns to scale perfectly competitive markets lack of involuntary unemployment or exogenous technical progress This makes E3ME more suitable for analysis of the labour market than many other types of macroeconomic models Our analysis of labour markets also extends into areas beyond the

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