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Following the receipt of a research proposal from Gordon Ingram Associates (GIA) as part of the department’s 10X Economy Open Call for research proposals in December 2022.  The Department for the E

Published 06 July 2023Research and analysis

The Department for the Economy funded the Fraser of AIlander Institute (FAI) at the University of Strathclyde to undertake independent research to investigate the potential for an offshore wind supply chain in Northern Ireland.

Published 06 July 2023Research and analysis

Higher Education Age Participation Index for Northern Ireland – 1998/99 to 2021/22.

Published 06 July 2023Statistical reports

This plan outlines work progressed across both the department and partner organisations and sets out the work schedule that will be undertaken over the next year.

Published 06 July 2023Business plans

This publication provides the data from Higher education statistical fact sheets available in open data format.

Published 06 July 2023Research and analysis

The Careers Service has published "Spotlight on Economics", the latest in a series of subject-based career guides. This publication showcases the benefits of studying economics and the wide range of careers options the subject opens up.

Published 03 July 2023Guidance literature

The Department for the Economy committed in Action 20 of the Energy Strategy 2022 Action Plan to “carry out a cost/benefit analysis of electricity and gas smart meters” in Northern Ireland which was completed in December 2022.

Published 30 June 2023Research and analysis

In December 2021, DfE published the Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland – The Path to Net Zero Energy and one of the commitment statements within the Energy Strategy is: “We will produce a comprehensive energy evidence programme to inform policy decisions”.

Published 28 June 2023Notices

Guidance for FE colleges on timetabling requirements.

Published 26 June 2023Circulars

The tables presents a range of analysis regarding enrolments and students in the Northern Ireland further education sector covering academic years 2017/18 to 2021/22.

Published 26 June 2023Statistical reports

A presentation outlining research around skills inequalities in older people (50+) in Northern Ireland.

Published 26 June 2023Statistical reports

The Department for the Economy's gifts and hospitality register.

Published 23 June 2023Lists and registers

Research project led by Energy and Utility Skills investigating the skills required for a transition to an advanced zero emission, indigenous diverse energy secure and circular economy in Northern Ireland.

Published 22 June 2023Research and analysis

Privacy Notice for Apprenticeships Marketing and Development Branch 2023 Stakeholder Survey.

Published 20 June 2023Notices

The Careers Occupational Information Unit (COIU), within the Careers Service, produces regular bulletins on key sectors within the economy.

Published 19 June 2023Guidance literature

This circular introduces the newly-formed project Step Up. Step Up is funded through the New Deal for Northern Ireland funding package and managed by the Department for the Economy. The funding covers the financial year 2023/24 and financial year 2024/25.

Published 12 June 2023Guidance literature

This publication presents information on Renewable Electricity Generation for Northern Ireland.

Published 08 June 2023Statistical reports

Research undertaken by EY to present the added value of tourism in the context of Northern Ireland’s economic vision, to identify key challenges by 2030 and identify international best practice that could inform government policy.

Published 02 June 2023Research and analysis

The Department for the Economy is conducting a public review to inform a new procurement exercise to extend coverage of gigabit-capable broadband across Northern Ireland. The data table shows how the department has assessed broadband coverage by postcode.

Published 02 June 2023Corporate reports

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