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Interview with Ann Furbush, Economist

Ann Furbush is an Economist for our team based in the U.S. We sat down with Ann to discuss the projects she is currently working on and what she is looking forward to most about her new role at Cambridge Econometrics.

Tell us about your role at Cambridge Econometrics

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Interview with Chief Economist Hector Pollitt

After almost twenty years at Cambridge Econometrics, our Chief Economist Hector Pollitt is moving on to take on a new role at an international organisation. We took the opportunity to sit down with Hector and ask him about economic thinking, how it has developed and changed, and …

Build Back Better: smarter investment decision making

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“Build back better” has become a mantra of our time. In the US, the Biden administration is trying to secure a multi-trillion-dollar package of infrastructure spending to drive change. Cambridge Econometrics have ECONorthWest have been considering how local policy makers ca…

The end of energy as we know it

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Jean-Francois is lead author of  Macroeconomic impact of stranded fossil fuel assets, published in Nature Climate Change last week.
The report highlights the significant macroeconomic and geopolitical consequences of continued investment in fossil fuels.  He is our guest blogge…