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The Centre for Research into Business Activity

Welcome to the CeRiBA Homepage. Ceriba has a completely new web page. Not only the design is new, there is lots of new content. And what is best: it's organised as a Wiki (thanks to the TWiki community for making this possible) which means that all Ceriba members can easily add and modify content. Thus expect more frequent updates than in the past.

We have not moved all content yet. So for some things you might go back to the old CeRiBA Ceriba Web Page is an Economic Research Centre for economic analysis of business data. The research focus is on productivity issues particularly using business level data, especially the Annual Respondents Database (ARD) and other linked databases held at the Office of National Statistics. Recent work has looked intensively at the role of intangibles in productivity. .

CeRiBA is an Economic Research Centre for econometric analysis of business data. The research focus is on productivity issues particularly using business level data, especially was started in 2001 by Jonathan Haskel with Richard Disney and Steve Nickell. Initial funding came from UK Treasury's Evidence Based Policy Fund (EBPF), the Annual Respondents Database (ARD) UK Department of Trade and other linked databases Industry (DTI) and held at the Office of National Statistics. Statistics (ONS). Subsequent funding has come from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) under a grant to Jonathan Haskel in the Advanced Institute of Management programme, NESTA, the European Commission and the IPO.

CeRiBA The Centre is now based at Imperial College and has no core funding, but rather is a label for our work. was started in 2001 by Jonathan Haskel with Richard Disney and Steve Nickell. Initial funding came from UK Treasury's Evidence Based Policy Fund (EBPF), the UK Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Office of National Statistics (ONS). Subsequent funding has come from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) under a grant to Jonathan Haskel in the Advanced Institute of Management programme.

Due to the use of confidential microdata, CeRiBA is based at the Office of National Statistics.

An overview of the use of some ONS micro data sets can be found here.

To see our publications, click here or on Publications in the Side Bar on the left of your screen.

Revision r11 - 19 May 2011 - 10:10 - JonathanHaskel
Revision r10 - 24 Jan 2011 - 15:35 - JonathanHaskel
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