As part of PwC’s overarching narrative for the T20, this report discusses how three drivers of change – globalisation, technological advances and “financialisation” – have historically served humanity well by typically delivering both economic growth and social progress.
A report on the contribution which manufacturing makes to the Northern Ireland economy. This report from Oxford Economics uncovers the full impact on jobs, wages, GVA, exports and other areas on both a macro NI level and in each of the 11 new Councils.
The UK has a productivity problem. The size of the problem is well understood, even if the exact causes are not.
Technology and Innovation Futures is a forward look at a range of developments that have the potential to support sustained economic growth in the UK over the next 20 years.
The new rules and legislation governing the next round of EU Cohesion Policy investment for 2014-2020 have been formally endorsed by the Council of the European Union in December 2013. This factsheet is one in a series highlighting key elements of the new approach.
This report reviews recently published international public sector strategies, roadmaps and initiatives related to advanced materials research and innovation.
The report sets out how the 4th industrial revolution is upon us, and how, in the global battle for dominance, innovative firms can take the lead and help position Britain as the manufacturing and technology hub of Europe.