Engineering themes

Economics

A total of 29 items listed.

A strategy for a digital future

Dr Scott Steedman CBE FREng

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Certainty and Coopearation are Key

In his September editorial, Dr Scott Steedman CBE FREng highlighted the need for solutions to the numerous key issues in defining the UK’s new relationship with the EU.

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Broadband needs its champions

Dr David Cleevely CBE FREng

Dr David Cleevely CBE FREng, founder of several telecoms businesses, maintains that any strategy to deliver universal broadband has to jump from a high cost/low demand model to low cost/high demand.

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Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, Engineering award winners, Living without electricity report, The UK STEM education landscape, Bridge building in Rwanda, UK student wins international engineering prize, British rocket propels Juno to Jupiter

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Standards enable market access

Dr Scott Steedman CBE FREng

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Seven point plan – An industrial strategy for UK competitiveness

Lord Browne of Madingley FREng FRS

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Engineering us through the 2008 crash

Dr Scott Steedman FREng

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Road Pricing

Professor Frank Kelly FRS

Is road pricing necessary and what are the challenges that must be overcome to make it happen?

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A Conversation with Professor Calestous Juma

Professor Peter Guthrie FREng

Professor Juma discusses ‘Redesigning African Economies’, the title of the Academy’s 2006 Hinton lecture, with Professor Peter Guthrie FREng

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Research with impact

Peter Warry FREng

A report on how the impact of Research Council activities could be improved

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Responses to ‘Engineering adaptation’, ‘Investigating New Orleans’ and ‘Why do large IT programmes fail?

Professor Jim Hall and Professor Enda O’Connell FREng, Robert Muir Wood MA PhD and Professor Jim Norton

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Why do large IT programmes fail?

Pieter Lindeque FREng

An IT troubleshooter examines why large projects often go wrong, and suggests ways they could be managed more effectively in the future

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