Since the launch of the DMP in 2016, the project has received worldwide coverage from international events, presentations and direct press references from media outlets such as the Financial Times and Vox EU. The data collected from the Project is used directly by the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee, featuring in numerous of its own Inflation Reports and Agents’ Summaries.

The UK has voted to leave the EU, but Brexit has yet to occur. In this paper we study the economic consequences of the leave vote. The referendum led to a depreciation in sterling and an increase in economic policy uncertainty in the UK, particularly trade policy uncertainty. RES Conference 2018

PrOPEL Hub: Reimagine Management and Productivity in a Post-pandemic World

Janice Eberly, Global Forum on Productivity: Digitalisation, Intangibles and Productivity

Nick Bloom, World Bank: Productivity Growth After The Pandemic

Nick Bloom, Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium: Uncertainty and Recovery
(50 mins onward)

35th European Economic Association Congress – The Impact of Brexit on UK Firms, Exploration of the Decision Maker Panel Survey

Nick Bloom, Congressional Budget Office: “Uncertainty and Reallocation”

Covid-19 – Key Slide Pack

Nick Bloom “Working From Home and the Future of the U.S. Economic Growth under COVID”

Presentation to PIIE-Clausen Center Conference, Berkely

Presentation to NY FED-ECB Workshop on Expectations Surveys

Brexit – Key Slide Pack

Presentation to Preliminary, Columbia

ESCoE conference, Keynote address

Presentation to IFO Institute, Munich

Presentation to Chicago conference

RES presentation

Queens’ College Oxford – Assessing the future for the UK

HMT presentation