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The University features the work of CBR’s Dr Andy Cosh and Dr Giorgio Caselli, describing them as “two indefatigable Cambridge researchers who map in minute detail what’s going on in the local economy”.
Latest research shows job creation within Cambridge’s innovation clusters fuels an increasingly buoyant and resilient ecosystem
New research from CBR shows that growth of the Cambridge city region’s economy has been resilient over the uncertainty of the pandemic and has bounced back strongly since the restrictions ended.
The Times Higher Education writes about CBR’s major survey of almost 4,000 firms, which has found that work with institutions at national and international level is a large slice of collaboration activity.
The Cambridge Independent newspaper describes analysis from the Centre for Business Research that shows corporate employment in the Cambridge city region grew by 1.8% overall over 2020/21.
Employment growth remains strong in Greater Cambridge region’s knowledge-intensive businesses but falls elsewhere
A report from CBR that looked at a sample of companies covering 68% of corporate employment in Greater Cambridge and reveals the impact of lockdowns on the economy is covered in the Cambridge Independent newspaper.
Cambridge Network writes about research from CBR that shows the resilience of knowledge intensive sectors ensured employment rates in Greater Cambridge continued to grow despite the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 (coronavirus).