Independent Economists Group (IEG) quarterly reports
Latest report - Reviewing the case for EU membership: How can the UK manage its relationship with the EU more effectively?
The Independent Economists Group (IEG) was established in April 2012 as a forum to bring together some of the most senior economists in the sector. The aim is to advance the public debate on key topics, to enable the sector to make a coherent contribution to this debate, and therefore to support policymakers in resolving the key issues facing the UK, EU and global economies.
The third meeting of our Independent Economists Group (IEG) focused on trade and infrastructure as drivers of global growth and the opportunities for the UK. The Group has previously discussed the role of financial services in rebalancing the UK economy and the UK’s public finances from a macroeconomic perspective. The findings of each discussion are set out in the attached reports.
The topics for future meetings will help inform strategic policy and focus of TheCityUK, and provide an independent voice on wider issues relevant to the UK economy and its financial sector.