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We are going to work closely with business leaders to understand what the productivity issues are, where further research is needed and identify and test practical business interventions.
The gap in productivity across regions in the UK is much wider than among regions in other OECD countries, so we have a strong regional focus. Our eight Regional Productivity Forums provide a platform for academics to work with business leaders and policy makers on critical productivity issues in the regional context.
We also work with strategic business partners at a national level to identify sectoral and functional issues relating to the productivity puzzle.
The forums are involved in the implementation of research insights, the design of practical business and policy interventions, and in providing input to the development of the Institute’s future research agenda.
Members include stakeholders from policy, community and business leaders from local, national and multinational enterprises. Each Productivity Forum is chaired by a regional business leader and supported by a Forum Lead from each of the partner universities.
The eight Forums are based in: