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The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) is an international project, involving 49 economies (in 2018), which seeks to provide information on the entrepreneurial landscape of countries.
The Ulster University Economic Policy Centre (UUEPC) has developed a research paper on the levels and nature of collaboration between organisations in specified sectors in Northern Ireland.
The latest Electricity Consumption and Renewable Generation in Northern Ireland publication was published on 5 December 2019 and can be accessed at the link below
The Essential Skills Enrolments and Outcomes in Northern Ireland from 2002/03 to 2018/19 bulletin presents a range of analysis regarding numbers and characteristics of those enrolling and qualifying in Essential Skills since the start of the strategy in 2002/03.
An analysis of the Essential Skills statistics bulletin readership survey conducted in September 2019 is available:
This statistical bulletin presents a range of analysis regarding enrolments (both regulated and non-regulated) in the Northern Ireland further education sector covering academic years 2014/15 to 2018/19.
An analysis of the FE activity readership survey conducted in September 2019.
The DfE economic commentary provides in-depth commentary and analysis on the latest statistics available for the Northern Ireland economy.
The Department for the Economy provides grant funding to the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) in Northern Ireland to run their Employment Relations Programme.
This memo offers project promoters guidance on the provision of successes and good news stories.
DfE's Analytical Services Unit produces a monthly economic update, which analyses the main trends and events arising each month, both in the local economy and also any national or global economic events which will impact on Northern Ireland.
The Department monitors recently published relevant research reports and, each quarter, produces a summary in the Research Digests for wider dissemination.
Using data on new greenfield Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) activity, this research examines the effect of Brexit uncertainty on the FDI-related job creation in Northern Ireland.
The Department for the Economy has published a paper detailing the evidence provided to date as part of the 12-month engagement programme on the UK Government's white paper on immigration: 'The UK’s future skills-based immigration system'.
A total of 2,572 responses were received for this consultation on an application from EHA Exploration Limited (EHA) for a Petroleum Licence.
A total of 3,131 responses were received for this consultation on an application from Tamboran Resources UK (TRUK) Limited for a Petroleum Licence.
Higher education ad hoc tables are produced in response to user requests and contain combinations of data that are not available in standard publications.
This is the fifth survey of FE College Leavers in Northern Ireland. Data was collected approximately six months after completing and achieving a regulated qualification, at Level 3 or below, in the 2017/18 academic year.
Guidance on eligibility and application for the 2019/20 non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Voluntary Buy-Out (VBO) arrangements can be downloaded from this page. The application window is now closed and the Department will contact applicants in due course.
Advice on what to do when you have been made redundant because your employer has become insolvent.