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Bennett Institute for Public Policy

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Working paper

Waning immunity and the second wave: some projections for SARS-CoV-2

This paper offers projections of future transmission dynamics for SARS-CoV-2 in an SEIRS model in which immunity is waning over time.
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Trust and productivity growth - an empirical analysis

Policymakers concerned about the slowdown in productivity growth since the mid-2000s should consider the role of trust or social capital.
Report

Policy lessons from catastrophic events

Research into policy and policy failures tends to focus on analysis rather than implementation and enforcement. The Bennett Institute recently hosted a workshop to bring together people from different domains of safety practice and research backgrounds to discuss the challenge. This report details those discussions.
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The value of data: summary report 2020

This research argues that the economic characteristics of data and the data economy mean the market alone will not unlock data’s full potential value. But it is possible to gain more from data with the right data policies, and an institutional framework that supports trustworthy...
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To them that hath: economic complexity and local industrial strategy in the UK

Faced with rising regional inequality and stagnating growth, policymakers in advanced economies are increasingly looking for measures to boost productivity while addressing highly uneven economic development. In this paper, the authors provide some useful insights into regional specialisation patterns.