Not all of the reports produced by Analytically Driven for clients are published, but examples of our work include:
Demographics, Growth and Financial Services (February 2016)
This report for the Independent Economists Group considers the economic issues associated with long-term demographic change, including the impact of immigration, ageing and the distribution of wealth and debt across different generations.
The economics of fiscal policy (October 2015)
This report for the Independent Economists Group assesses the micro and macro economic impacts of fiscal policy and the value of fiscal rules.
Time to act: the economic consequences of failure to expand airport capacity (June 2015)
This report for the Independent Transport Commission considers the evidence on the importance of air connectivity for trade, growth and investment.
Investment, growth and Capital Markets Union (June 2015)
This report for the Independent Economists Group offers a macroeconomic perspective on the likelihood of Capital Markets Union (CMU) in Europe meeting its aims.
The economics of trade in services (March 2015)
This report for the Independent Economists Group analyses the role of services in the global economy and the evidence on barriers to trade in services.
The sustainability of housing development in Headcorn (December 2014)
This report for Headcorn Parish Council assesses the evidence on sustainability, including the importance of location, and the implications for housing development in Headcorn.
Five facts about how economies work and what this means for EU membership (December 2014)
This essay, which was shortlisted for the Society of Business Economists' prestigious Rybczynski Prize, summarises some of the key arguments on trade and productivity growth to explain why UK membership of the EU is likely to be good for the UK economy.
Analysing the case for EU membership (April 2014)
This report for TheCityUK analyses the evidence on the economics of growth, trade, foreign direct investment, immigration and wellbeing to assess whether EU membership will be good or bad for the UK economy.