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  • Blog
  • 29th Nov 2022

How to deliver inclusive recruitment

Employers can unnecessarily put off or turn away appropriate candidates if their recruitment processes are not inclusive

  • Blog
  • 15th Nov 2022

‘Best buys’ and budgets

Evidence generation remains a minority sport

  • Blog
  • 14th Nov 2022

Statistics are too important to be confusing

Why people often find economic statistics confusing and difficult to understand and what to do about it

  • Working paper
  • 11th Nov 2022

Improving Public Understanding of Economic Statistics

Previous research has found that the UK public feel economics and economic statistics are communicated in a way that is “confusing”, “complicated” and “difficult to understand”. We also know that the UK public want to hear more economic information directly from economic statistics producers who they trust and without the…

  • Working paper
  • 11th Nov 2022

Improving Public Understanding of Economic Statistics

This study by BIT and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) and carried out as part of the research programme of the Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE) and funded by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) explores the role of the media as an intermediary for…

  • Blog
  • 9th Nov 2022

What works to boost business productivity? 3 lessons from our work

Policymakers need to fundamentally rethink what attractive and readily accessible business support looks like.

  • Person

Eva Myers

Eva Myers is joint Director of Economic Policy with Nida Broughton in our UK office. She oversees BIT’s work on energy, environment and sustainability, diversity and inclusion as well as wider work on financial, consumer and business behaviour. Eva has over 15 years of international economic and financial policy experience…

  • Blog
  • 25th Oct 2022

How can behavioural insights help save energy in the workplace?

Reducing energy usage at the workplace is not always as simple as just turning down the thermostat - employers must facilitate a shift in the way employees behave

  • Blog
  • 20th Oct 2022

Home is where their work is

The unique workplace safety issues faced by in-home disability and aged care workers

  • Blog
  • 22nd Sep 2022

Supply side reform for the 2020s

After a decade of flatlining productivity there is a huge opportunity for next generation supply-side reforms to unleash the UK economy