An information campaign on energy usage would have made a lot of economic sense

The prime minister’s apparent veto of a plan to persuade people to use less energy this winter has stirred up controversy. The usual rabble have been quick to decry Liz Truss for abdicating responsibility, following the old lines of those who wanted more or less restrictions during the pandemic. But economic theory can readily justify […]

Our team is growing!

Volterra is delighted to announce the arrival of three new Economic Consultants.  Charlie Crosbie recently completed his master’s degree in International Development at the University of Manchester. He has a particular interest in social impact as well as globalisation, trade and industry.  Karishma Panchani, who completed a master’s degree in Economics from University College London, is interested in development economics and econometrics. Her presentation […]