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The National Institute of Economic and Social Research is Britain's longest established independent research institute, founded in 1938. The vision of our founders was to carry out research to improve understanding of the economic and social forces that affect people’s lives, and the ways in which policy can bring about change. Over eighty years later, this remains central to NIESR’s ethos. We continue to apply our expertise in both quantitative and qualitative methods and our understanding of economic and social issues to current debates and to influence policy.

Latest Episodes

NIESR Talks - Post Election Podcast

In this special post Election podcast, Jagjit Chadha talks with Garry Young and Arno Hantzsche about the policy decisions and fiscal plans that lay ahead for the new government.

16 MIN2019 DEC 14
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NIESR Talks - Post Election Podcast

NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 4: Regional Divides

NIESR's Director Jagjit Chadha talks with our Ana Rincon-Aznar and David Nguyen about some of the main regional disparities in the UK and what could be done to address them. This podcast is part of the 'NIESR Talks General Election 2019' series, aimed at better informing the public ahead of the General Election. We would like to thank the Nuffield Foundation for their support.

15 MIN2019 DEC 4
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NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 4: Regional Divides

NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 3: Effective Education Policy

NIESR's Director Jagjit Chadha talks with our Stefan Speckesser and Elena Lisauskaite about what makes an effective education policy and which areas should the incoming government focuses on. This podcast is part of the 'NIESR Talks General Election 2019' series, aimed at better informing the public ahead of the General Election. We would like to thank the Nuffield Foundation for their support.

16 MIN2019 DEC 3
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NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 3: Effective Education Policy

NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 2: The Economy

NIESR's Director Jagjit Chadha talks with Director of Macroeconomic Modelling & Forecasting Garry Young and Head of Global Themes Amit Kara about the effects of the Brexit vote on the UK economy and how the developments of the global economy might affect the UK. This podcast is part of the 'NIESR Talks General Election 2019' series, aimed at better informing the public ahead of the General Election. We would like to thank the Nuffield Foundation for their support.

17 MIN2019 NOV 30
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NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 2: The Economy

NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 1: Minimum Wages

NIESR's Director Jagjit Chadha talks with Senior Economist Andrew Aitken and Senior Social Researcher Johnny Runge about the economics of Minimum Wages as part of our research to better inform the public ahead of the General Election. We would like to thank the Nuffield Foundation for their support.

15 MIN2019 NOV 30
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NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 1: Minimum Wages

Behind the scenes at "The next decade of finance" Conference, July 2019, St Louis

At the margins of a recent conference organised by OMFIF and the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis , NIESR's Principal Economist Arno Hantzsche discussed short and long term risks and opportunities for the global economy with some of the speakers: Bart van Ark, Executive Vice-President and Chief Economist, The Conference Board Javier Perez, Director, Economic Developments Department, Banco de España Catherine Saget, Chief of the Work, Income and Equity Unit, International Labour Organization

20 MIN2019 AUG 21
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Behind the scenes at "The next decade of finance" Conference, July 2019, St Louis

Learning how to learn: how and why Growth Mindset may work for your school

NIESR's Associate Research Director Heather Rolfe talks to Paola Buonadonna about the findings in her evaluation of Growth Mindset interventions in English schools, published on 12/7/19

10 MIN2019 JUL 12
Comments
Learning how to learn: how and why Growth Mindset may work for your school

Taking the pulse of the nation's economy three years after the vote to leave the EU

Paola Buonadonna discusses NIESR's most recent data releases with Senior Economist Arno Hantzsche. Three years after the vote to leave the EU and in the midst of a Brexit related Conservative Leadership election uncertainty still dominates,

13 MIN2019 JUN 14
Comments
Taking the pulse of the nation's economy three years after the vote to leave the EU

Policies for a no-deal Brexit

Paola Buonadonna and senior NIESR economist Arno Hantzsche discuss what can be done to mitigate the immediate economic damage of a no-deal Brexit, You can find more information on NIESR's last quarterly forecasts before the UK is due to exit the EU on our website here: https://www.niesr.ac.uk/media/press-release-prospects-uk-economy-13637

17 MIN2019 FEB 13
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Policies for a no-deal Brexit

Could Brexit be bad for our health and social care sectors?

Heather Rolfe and David Nguyen discuss the findings of NIESR's latest report on the effects of Brexit-related labour shortages in the UK health and social care sector. You can find the full report here https://www.niesr.ac.uk/publications/brexit-and-health-social-care-workforce-uk and Heather's blog here: https://www.niesr.ac.uk/blog/brexit-risks-putting-social-care-critical-list

12 MIN2018 NOV 6
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Could Brexit be bad for our health and social care sectors?

Latest Episodes

NIESR Talks - Post Election Podcast

In this special post Election podcast, Jagjit Chadha talks with Garry Young and Arno Hantzsche about the policy decisions and fiscal plans that lay ahead for the new government.

16 MIN2019 DEC 14
Comments
NIESR Talks - Post Election Podcast

NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 4: Regional Divides

NIESR's Director Jagjit Chadha talks with our Ana Rincon-Aznar and David Nguyen about some of the main regional disparities in the UK and what could be done to address them. This podcast is part of the 'NIESR Talks General Election 2019' series, aimed at better informing the public ahead of the General Election. We would like to thank the Nuffield Foundation for their support.

15 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 4: Regional Divides

NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 3: Effective Education Policy

NIESR's Director Jagjit Chadha talks with our Stefan Speckesser and Elena Lisauskaite about what makes an effective education policy and which areas should the incoming government focuses on. This podcast is part of the 'NIESR Talks General Election 2019' series, aimed at better informing the public ahead of the General Election. We would like to thank the Nuffield Foundation for their support.

16 MIN2019 DEC 3
Comments
NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 3: Effective Education Policy

NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 2: The Economy

NIESR's Director Jagjit Chadha talks with Director of Macroeconomic Modelling & Forecasting Garry Young and Head of Global Themes Amit Kara about the effects of the Brexit vote on the UK economy and how the developments of the global economy might affect the UK. This podcast is part of the 'NIESR Talks General Election 2019' series, aimed at better informing the public ahead of the General Election. We would like to thank the Nuffield Foundation for their support.

17 MIN2019 NOV 30
Comments
NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 2: The Economy

NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 1: Minimum Wages

NIESR's Director Jagjit Chadha talks with Senior Economist Andrew Aitken and Senior Social Researcher Johnny Runge about the economics of Minimum Wages as part of our research to better inform the public ahead of the General Election. We would like to thank the Nuffield Foundation for their support.

15 MIN2019 NOV 30
Comments
NIESR Talks General Election 2019 Episode 1: Minimum Wages

Behind the scenes at "The next decade of finance" Conference, July 2019, St Louis

At the margins of a recent conference organised by OMFIF and the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis , NIESR's Principal Economist Arno Hantzsche discussed short and long term risks and opportunities for the global economy with some of the speakers: Bart van Ark, Executive Vice-President and Chief Economist, The Conference Board Javier Perez, Director, Economic Developments Department, Banco de España Catherine Saget, Chief of the Work, Income and Equity Unit, International Labour Organization

20 MIN2019 AUG 21
Comments
Behind the scenes at "The next decade of finance" Conference, July 2019, St Louis

Learning how to learn: how and why Growth Mindset may work for your school

NIESR's Associate Research Director Heather Rolfe talks to Paola Buonadonna about the findings in her evaluation of Growth Mindset interventions in English schools, published on 12/7/19

10 MIN2019 JUL 12
Comments
Learning how to learn: how and why Growth Mindset may work for your school

Taking the pulse of the nation's economy three years after the vote to leave the EU

Paola Buonadonna discusses NIESR's most recent data releases with Senior Economist Arno Hantzsche. Three years after the vote to leave the EU and in the midst of a Brexit related Conservative Leadership election uncertainty still dominates,

13 MIN2019 JUN 14
Comments
Taking the pulse of the nation's economy three years after the vote to leave the EU

Policies for a no-deal Brexit

Paola Buonadonna and senior NIESR economist Arno Hantzsche discuss what can be done to mitigate the immediate economic damage of a no-deal Brexit, You can find more information on NIESR's last quarterly forecasts before the UK is due to exit the EU on our website here: https://www.niesr.ac.uk/media/press-release-prospects-uk-economy-13637

17 MIN2019 FEB 13
Comments
Policies for a no-deal Brexit

Could Brexit be bad for our health and social care sectors?

Heather Rolfe and David Nguyen discuss the findings of NIESR's latest report on the effects of Brexit-related labour shortages in the UK health and social care sector. You can find the full report here https://www.niesr.ac.uk/publications/brexit-and-health-social-care-workforce-uk and Heather's blog here: https://www.niesr.ac.uk/blog/brexit-risks-putting-social-care-critical-list

12 MIN2018 NOV 6
Comments
Could Brexit be bad for our health and social care sectors?
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