The Decision Maker Panel has generated a number of research outputs which have later been published in academic journals, working paper series and blogs. The research has also been summarised in presentations delivered within international conferences and seminars. Our research is listed by date order (most recent first).

Survey evidence suggests that unit costs have risen over 2020, as firms’ input costs have fallen by less than sales volumes. This may have put some upward pressure on prices, partly offsetting the downward impact of lower demand.
Bank of England, Overground, April 2021: How Has Covid Affected Firms’ Costs and Prices?

Research Publications

National Bureau of Economic Research: “Potential Capital”, Working From Home, and Economic Resilience

Bank of England, Quarterly Bulletin, 2021 Q2: Influences On Investment By UK Businesses: Evidence From The Decision Maker Panel

Bank of England, Overground, April 2021: How Has Covid Affected Firms’ Costs and Prices?

National Bureau of Economic Research, December 2020: The Impact of Covid-19 on Productivity

Journal of Public Economics, September 2020: Economic Uncertainty Before and During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Bank of England, Quarterly Bulletin, 2020 Q3: The Impact of Covid-19 on Businesses’ Expectations: Evidence from The Decision Maker Panel 

Bank of England, Staff Working Paper, June 2020: Economic Uncertainty Before and During the Covid-19 Pandemic

NBER Working Paper, June 2020: Economic Uncertainty Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic 

NBER Working paper, September 2019: The Impact of Brexit on UK Firms 

Bank of England, Staff Working Paper, August 2019:  The Impact of Brexit on UK Firms

Bank of England, Staff Working Paper, February 2019:  Brexit and uncertainty: Insights from the Decision Maker Panel

Fiscal Studies, December 2018: Brexit and Uncertainty: Insights from the Decision Maker Panel  

Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, June 2017: Tracking the Views of British Businesses: Evidence from the Decision Maker Panel

Blogs

VoxEU Post, November 2021: COVID-19 Uncertainty: A Tale of Two Tails

VoxEU Post, November 2021: Covid-19 and Structural Change

VoxEU Post, August 2021: Labour Market Reallocation In The Wake of Covid-19

Economics Observatory, May 2021: Update: Which firms and industries have been most affected by Covid-19?

VoxEU Post, January 2021: The Impact of Covid-19 on Productivity

Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR), June 2020: How Working From Home Works Out

Campaign for Social Science, June 2020: Social Science Provides An Essential Evidence Base For The Policy Response To COVID-19

University of Nottingham, Vision, June 2020: Integrated, Agile Evidence From Social Scientists is Helping Policymakers Respond to COVID-19

Economics Observatory, May 2020: Which Firms and Industries Have Been Most Affected by Covid-19?

VoxEU Post, May 2020: Coronavirus Expected To Reduce UK Firms’ Sales By Over 40% In Q2

VoxEU Post, March 2020: The Economic Impact of Coronavirus on UK Businesses

VoxEU Post, February 2020: Brexit Uncertainty Has Fallen Since the UK General Election

VoxEU Post, September 2019: The latest on Brexit from the Decision Maker Panel

VoxEU Post, September 2019: The Impact of Brexit on UK Firms

Harvard Business Review, March 2019: Brexit is Already Affecting UK Businesses – Here’s How

VoxEU Post, November 2018: Rising Brexit Uncertainty has Reduced Investment and Employment 

VoxEU Post, October 2017: New Survey Evidence on the Impact of Brexit on UK Firms