Findings show that investing in languages education in UK secondary schools will return more than the investment cost. The benefit-to-cost ratio is about 2:1, meaning that every £1 spent on extra language provision could return £2 for the economy.
Mar 2, 2022
Understanding the views of organisational and community leaders on the factors that most affect quality of life in Greater Cambridge
This study aim was to understand the views of organisational and community leaders on the factors that most affect quality of life (QOL) in Greater Cambridge. Personal relationships, health and well-being were key factors affecting QOL in the area.
Mar 1, 2022
This study shows that investing in languages education in the UK will most likely return more than the investment cost. Benefit-to-cost ratios are estimated to be at least 2:1 for promoting Arabic, French, Mandarin or Spanish education.
Feb 21, 2022
The aim of this study was to develop a tool to 'nowcast' migrant stocks by using real-time data from the Facebook Marketing Application Programming Interface (API) and official migration data from EU member states and states in the United States.
Dec 16, 2021
This brief summarises the potential impact of increased, long-term telemedicine use in Canada. It was found that teleconsultations could boost the economy in terms of cost savings from fewer missed appointments and visits to emergency departments, and a reduction in travel times for patients.
Dec 6, 2021
This study examined the potential impact in Canada of continued, long-term use of telemedicine. Researchers found that widespread use of teleconsultations could lead to significant benefits for patients, the economy and wider society.
Dec 6, 2021
Benefits of Extracurricular Activities for Children: A Focus on Social Inclusion and Children from Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Backgrounds
This research note summarises the existing evidence on the benefits of extracurricular activities, how they can be used to support social inclusion, and how access for disadvantaged children can be improved.
Jun 9, 2021
Researchers used a global macroeconomic model to examine the economic effects of vaccine nationalism. This brief highlights the cost to 30 high-income countries if low and middle-income countries miss out on initial access to COVID-19 vaccines.
Dec 17, 2020
This brief summarises the global economic implications of COVID-19 vaccine nationalism and the associated inequitable access to vaccines across countries.
Nov 5, 2020
This report examines the global economic implications of COVID-19 vaccine nationalism and the associated inequitable access to vaccines across countries.
Oct 28, 2020