Our Work

New Climate Economy – unlocking the inclusive growth story of the 21st Century

We provided empirical inputs to the New Climate Economy 2018 Global Commission Report "Unlocking the Inclusive Growth Story of the 21st Century". The aim of the modelling exercise was to illustrate examples of policies that can simultaneously promote economic growth and reduce...

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Modelling the impacts of changes in raw material consumption

This study modelled the impacts of changes in raw material consumption. It aimed to provide a quantitative analysis of different EU resource productivity targets, defined as GDP per unit of raw material consumption (RMC). Our role was to develop an RMC indicator and to assess ...

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Modelling global renewables targets

This project for the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) looked at the potential impact on energy markets and the global economy of three possible futures using different mixes of renewable energy. Key stages were: a literature review of research on the macroe...

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The impact of Brexit on poverty in the UK

Cambridge Econometrics was commissioned by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to explore the impact of Brexit on poverty in the UK, focusing specifically at the poorest 1/5th of households. The analysis models a range of post-Brexit trading agreements, providing detailed results o...

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Fuelling Europe’s Future: How the transition from oil strengthens the economy

Cambridge Econometrics and Element Energy were commissioned by the European Climate Foundation (ECF) to assess the likely economic impacts and the transitional challenges associated with decarbonising the European car fleet in the medium term (to 2030) and the long term (to 2050)...

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