Thank you for visiting Cambridge New Economics. CNE is an Economic Consultancy that launched in late 2017. We use data, analysis and economic modelling to tackle some of the big issues faced in our fast changing economies and communities. We work with our sister firm – Mapden.com – to deliver high quality analysis and visualisation supported via the ‘Big Data’ revolution.
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Our first topic series concerns the omni-present debate over HOUSING in the Greater Cambridge area. This will unearth some surprising conclusions and show how we might be missing a trick in the planning of housing and employment development. Subsequent upcoming topics will include travel-to-work-area analysis and local labour market analysis. Our TTWA topic will include a specially developed model as part of a University of Cambridge research project predicting propensity to cycle in urban areas.
CAMBRIDGE and HOUSING: A NEW PERSPECTIVE The housing debate may now play second fiddle to the ‘Brexit’ debate, but the need to address Greater Cambridge’s housing problem remains as pressing as ever. Last year The Guardian reported that Cambridge was now the
Building an Evidence Base This is a multi-stage process. Once your goals and objectives for creating an evidence base are established, the data requirements for it must be specified and sources identified. Our Big Data knowledge means we can usually identify sources
Cambridge New Economics has a central mission to use data to uncover new perspectives and meanings in the development of our communities, economies and environments. Today’s interconnected, digital world produces mind boggling quantities of data. IBM have estimated that in 2012,
Our latest articles
- When building an entire district of new houses still isn’t enough January 3, 2018
- Could House Prices Directly Reflect Employment Growth? January 3, 2018