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  • ISSN: 0027-9501 (Print), 1741-3036 (Online)
  • Editors: Jagjit S. Chadha National Institute of Economic and Social Research, UK, Prasanna Gai University of Auckland, New Zealand, National University of Singapore and ANU, Australia, Ana Galvao University of Warwick, UK, Sayantan Ghosal University of Glasgow, UK, Colin Jennings King’s College, London, UK, Hande Küçük National Institute for Economic and Social Research, UK, Miguel León-Ledesma University of Kent, UK, Corrado Macchiarelli National Institute of Economic and Social Research, UK, and Adrian Pabst National Institute of Economic and Social Research, UK
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The National Institute Economic Review is the peer-reviewed quarterly publication of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, one of Britain's oldest and most prestigious independent research organisations. The Institute's objective is to promote, through quantitative research, a deeper understanding of the interaction of economic and social forces that affect peoples' lives so that they may be improved. It has no political affiliation, and receives no core funding from government. Its research programme is organised under the headings of Economic Modelling and Analysis; Productivity; Education and Training and the International Economy.

The Review has a long history of publishing leading articles in macroeconomics, forecasting and the impact of events such as Brexit and Covid-19 on households and specific industries.


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  • 04 June 2021, SentanceA
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  • After the Covid-19 pandemic, Europe must look East, and not just South
  • 18 May 2021, Macchiarelli, C
  • Renato Giacon; Principal Counsellor, EU Affairs, Policy and Partnerships Vice Presidency, at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Corrado Macchiarelli; Research Manager for Global Macroeconomics at NIESR This post was originally published on the LSE blog EUROPP - European Politics and Policy...

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Forthcoming issues:

No.256 (May 2021)
The impact of Covid-19 on macroeconomic forecasting