43 min

Wrapping up Productivity Puzzles 2023: brief interviews with productivity experts Productivity Puzzles

    • Government

The final episode of Productivity Puzzles Season 2 examines whether 2023 has brought us closer to putting the productivity puzzle together. What are some of the most important insights from this season of the podcast? And what can we learn from The Productivity Institute's Productivity Agenda? The conversation covers the challenges in institutional decision-making, the diffusion of technology and skills, and diversity in firm performance, investment and the adoption of good practices, as well as possible pro-productivity policies for the future.






Host Professor Bart van Ark is joined by:






Diane Coyle - Bennett Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge.Adrian Pabst - Deputy Director at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.Mary O’Mahony - Professor of Economics at King's College Business School in London.Stephen Roper - Professor of Enterprise at Warwick Business School and Director of the Enterprise Research Centre.





For more information on the topic:






Diane Coyle, Bart van Ark, Jim Pendrill (2023), The Productivity Agenda, The Productivity Institute.HM Government (2022), Levelling Up the UK.National Institute of Economic and Social Research (2023), National Institute UK Economic Outlook: Summer 2023.Diane Coyle , Kaya Dreesbeimdieck , Annabel Manley (2021), Productivity in UK healthcare during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, The Productivity Institute Working Paper No.002.Jen Nelles, Ben Verinder, Kevin Walsh, Tim Vorley (2023), Skills Innovation and Productivity: The Role of Further Education Colleges in Local and Regional Ecosystems, The Productivity Institute and Innovation Caucus.Diane Coyle, Stella Erker and Andy Westwood (2023), Townscapes: A Universal Basic Infrastructure for the UK, Bennett Institute for Public Policy.





About Productivity Puzzles:


Productivity Puzzles is brought to you by The Productivity Institute, a research body involving nine academic institutions across the UK, eight Regional Productivity Forums throughout the nation, and a national independent Productivity Commission to advise policy makers at all levels of government. It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. 

The final episode of Productivity Puzzles Season 2 examines whether 2023 has brought us closer to putting the productivity puzzle together. What are some of the most important insights from this season of the podcast? And what can we learn from The Productivity Institute's Productivity Agenda? The conversation covers the challenges in institutional decision-making, the diffusion of technology and skills, and diversity in firm performance, investment and the adoption of good practices, as well as possible pro-productivity policies for the future.






Host Professor Bart van Ark is joined by:






Diane Coyle - Bennett Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge.Adrian Pabst - Deputy Director at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.Mary O’Mahony - Professor of Economics at King's College Business School in London.Stephen Roper - Professor of Enterprise at Warwick Business School and Director of the Enterprise Research Centre.





For more information on the topic:






Diane Coyle, Bart van Ark, Jim Pendrill (2023), The Productivity Agenda, The Productivity Institute.HM Government (2022), Levelling Up the UK.National Institute of Economic and Social Research (2023), National Institute UK Economic Outlook: Summer 2023.Diane Coyle , Kaya Dreesbeimdieck , Annabel Manley (2021), Productivity in UK healthcare during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, The Productivity Institute Working Paper No.002.Jen Nelles, Ben Verinder, Kevin Walsh, Tim Vorley (2023), Skills Innovation and Productivity: The Role of Further Education Colleges in Local and Regional Ecosystems, The Productivity Institute and Innovation Caucus.Diane Coyle, Stella Erker and Andy Westwood (2023), Townscapes: A Universal Basic Infrastructure for the UK, Bennett Institute for Public Policy.





About Productivity Puzzles:


Productivity Puzzles is brought to you by The Productivity Institute, a research body involving nine academic institutions across the UK, eight Regional Productivity Forums throughout the nation, and a national independent Productivity Commission to advise policy makers at all levels of government. It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. 

43 min

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