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This paper, completed by the Fraser of Allander Institute on behalf of the Department for the Economy, examines the potential impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Northern Ireland economy.
This is the third in a regular series which will keep key stakeholders updated on progress with developing the new energy strategy.
This circular sets out the terms and conditions for the payment of the Care to Learn (NI) Scheme, which provides childcare support to students, aged under 20, at the start of the course.
This Statistical Bulletin is part of a biannual series published by the Department for the Economy (DfE) to provide key information on the ApprenticeshipsNI 2013 and 2017 programmes and contains data up to the end of April 2020.
This Statistical Bulletin is part of a biannual series published by the Department for the Economy (DfE) to provide key information on the Training for Success 2013 and 2017 programmes (TfS 2013/2017) in Northern Ireland and contains data to April 2020.
The guidance is to assist further education colleges (FECs) and non-statutory contractors (NSCs) to meet these responsibilities by providing a planning framework for the resumption of on-site education and training in FECs and NSCs in Northern Ireland following the c
Documents for the use of European Social Fund (ESF) projects to be used to provide information and returns relating to ESF monthly claims
Equality screening of Law Centre - employment rights project.
The department monitors recently published relevant research reports and, each quarter, produces a summary in the Research Digests for wider dissemination.
As part of Department for the Economy’s consideration around future renewables energy policy, the department contracted Cornwall Insight, in partnership with Ionic Consulting, to conduct research on renewable electricity and possible future policy in Northern Ireland.
This is the second in a regular series which will keep key stakeholders updated on progress with developing the new energy strategy.
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As part of the process to develop a new Skills Strategy for Northern Ireland the Department for the Economy engaged with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to assess the key skills issues impacting the local economy and to develop a range of reco
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 makes various amendments to corporate insolvency and companies legislation applying both in GB and in Northern Ireland.
This circular provides information and guidance on further education grants (formerly further education awards). It supersedes FE Circular 04/19.
This circular sets out terms and conditions for the payment of the Hardship Fund (Discretionary) from 1 August 2020. It supersedes FE Circular 05/19.
These are the templates to be used when conduction an economic appraisal (EA).
This study focuses on the relationship between investment in research and development and innovation activity, and how this relates to business growth and productivity.
The Department for the Economy commissioned Queen’s University Belfast in conjunction with the Enterprise Research Centre (ERC) to undertake a pilot research project to measure productivity levels in the Northern Ireland Information and Communication Technology sector.
Inward investment is of vital importance to the UK economy. This report explores the variation in spillovers from inward investment in different parts of the UK, including Northern Ireland.