The Economy of People
The UK and Ireland in 2018 are facing a critical productivity challenge. To unlock our full potential we need to develop a deep understanding of people and their ability to drive the economy through t... more
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The number of external workers in today's world is growing, and businesses must adjust talent strategies to capture value from this section of the workforce.
The Living Well Index fell by 0.5 points to 60.7 compared to launch, with much of this drop apparently linked to seasonal factors.
The UK manufacturing sector supported a total GDP contribution of £446 billion in 2016—equivalent to 23 percent of the UK economy.
European steel manufacturers support a total of 2.5 million jobs across the EU, reflecting the substantial value of purchases from suppliers.
As of the date of this report, six data center campuses provide the technological infrastructure necessary to power Google’s operations in the United States. The data centers allow Google to provide... more
The University of Sussex contributes £343 million to the annual GDP of Brighton and Hove, plus East and West Sussex. Together with its students and visitors, the university supports a total of 5,180 j... more
In this report for the IFB Research Foundation, Oxford Economics presents the most up-to-date evidence on the family business sector, detailing its key characteristics, recent performances and economi... more