There is an increasing demand for empirical evidence. Public authorities demand empirical evidence when drawing up policy, as do organisations and businesses seeking to influence such policy. There are great demands on the analyses that inform policy development and decision-making.
We are highly skilled in carrying out quantitative analyses and microeconometric studies based on registry data. We have more than 50 years of experience in analysing registry data, and we carry out state-of-the-art quantitative impact assessments based on registry and survey data.
We carry out registry-based analyses and impact assessments for central government and for a number of interest groups. Among other things, we help our clients
- registry-based analyses of policy initiatives;
- quantitative impact assessments of policy changes;
- statistical analyses of everything from the use of health services, to settlement patterns, to analyses of employment and education pathways.