The Economics Review series is published each quarter. It reviews the latest international, national and regional economic trends and includes themed papers of special interest.
Latest Economics Review
For the latest Economics Review (Issue 24) September 2011 click on the link.
Previous Economics Reviews
Economics Review (Issue 23) - June 2011 - The June 2011 Economics Review looks at the issues affecting the UK economy, in particular mild stagflation, structural issues and the eurozone. The review looks in detail at the latest data for the South West economy. Read more.
Economics Review (Issue 22) - February 2011 This review looks at the current state of the global, national and regional economies. It also includes a special paper looking at the Economic Rebalancing in the South West. This review can be downloaded from the South West Regional Development Agency website.
Economics Review (Issue 21) - October 2010 - In this review, the special papers include an assessment of 'the housing market in the South West' and a look at 'green economics: sustainable consumption and production - a holistic approach to resource accounting'.
Economics Review (Issue 20) - May 2010 - In this review, the special papers include Productivity, agglomeration and spillovers, Functional economic market areas and South West growth scenarios. Also included is a statistics paper summarising releases on gross disposable household income, sub-regional productivity, commuting flows and inter-departmental business register. Finally, there is an article on South West international trade - recession and recovery.
Economics Review (Issue 19) - February 2010 - In this review, the special papers include Modelling a low carbon economy, Innovation & high growth businesses, Regional short term indicators and Recent Developments in the South West labour market.
Economics Review (Issue 18) - November 2009 - In this review, the special papers include Output Gap and recovery, sector prioritisation, evaluation learning, purchasing manager's indices, and SW sub-regional multipliers.
Economics Review - August 2009 - The special interest papers include SW tourism & the recession, Housing & the SW economy, Financial markets, SW labour market: recessions compared and recentecent developments for SW jobs.
Economics Review - May 2009 - The special interest papers include; Economic success and happiness, Economics of aging, SW Gross Disposable Household Income, SW Regional Accounts 2009, Recent developments in SW Labour market.
Economics Review - February 2009 - The special interest papers include; Regional GVA data: New developments (Part 1: The SW region and Part 2: SW Sub-regions), Labour & skills in the SW region during recession, and Recent developments in the SW labour market.
Economics Review - November 2008 - The special interest papers include; Exchange rates & the SW Economy, International trade & the SW Economy, and Competitiveness & the SW Economy.
Economics Review - August 2008 - The special interest papers include; Sub-regional drivers of the SW Economy, SW labour market conditions in the slowdown and SW Employment Monitor
Economics Review - May 2008 - Special papers include; Creative destruction, South West England financial & business services and South West RDA 'Mood of Business'.
Economics Review - February 2008 - There are special papers entitled; Why are commodities in the news?, Regional Impact Evaluation and SW 'Mood of Business' & Employment Monitor.
Economics Review - November 2007
Special papers include; Why RDAs intervene in the economy, Regional Index of Sustainable Well-being, South West RDA 'Mood of Business', South West rural economy.
Economics Review- August 2007 - The special interest papers include; The export performance of South West companies, Regional Statisticians in the South West, SW Regional Employment Developments.
Economics Review- May 2007 - The publication includes a special interest paper on Economic restructuring in South West England.
Economics Review- February 2007
Special interest papers include the regional economic effects of globalisation and climate change.