IER has a substantial and strong track record in subnational labour market analysis, be that focusing on specific geographical areas, or sectors and occupations. This includes examining spatial dimensions of economic, social and demographic change, and the geography of employment and non-employment. IER's work ranges from subregional employment and skills forecasts to qualitative analyses of employment, skills and worklessness, including strategy development.
- Local labour markets
- Local skills strategy
- Regional economic development
- Sectoral employment
We’re all in this together: Strategies for achieving employee retention during COVID-19 (20 October 2020).
Selected recent projects
Local labour markets, local skills strategy and regional economic development
Green jobs in Scotland? Workforce and demand research; Skills Development Scotland (2021 – 2022).
Labour Market and Skills Demand Horizon Scanning and Qualitative Scenarios; Department for Education (2021).
The Midlands Engine Mental Health Productivity Pilot; Nottingham City Council (2019 – 2022).
Inclusive Growth in West and North Yorkshire; West Yorkshire Combined Authority and York, North Yorkshire and East Riding (YNYER) LEP (2019).
Skills report for Sheffield City Region; Sheffield City Region (2021).
Green jobs in the Liverpool City Region; Liverpool City Region (2020 – 2021).
In-work Progression; Liverpool City Region (2020).
Research to support local skills supply and demand interventions; CITB (2018 - 2019).
Productivity and Skills Commission Annual Report; West Midlands Combined Authority (2018).
The engineering workforce - current and future challenges, and opportunities to transform; Engineering UK (2021).
Future-proofing apprenticeships; The Co-Operative Group (2020 – 2021).
Migration and Construction in the UK; CITB (2020, 2019, 2018).
Job creation by organisation type - Cooperatives in selected European countries; European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (2018).
Working Futures 2017-2027; Department for Education (2018 - 2019).
Skills Advisory Panels Feasibility Study; Department for Education (2018).