Nida Broughton

Chief Economist

Nida is Chief Economist at the Social Market Foundation, where she leads the SMF’s research on business policy, entrepreneurship, economic growth and employment. Nida previously worked at the House of Commons, where she advised MPs and committees on a broad range of economic issues, and in particular, on financial services. Nida also has in-depth expertise in regulation and competition policy, gained whilst working at Ofcom, the UK regulator and competition authority for communications markets.

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Biography

Nida is Chief Economist at the Social Market Foundation, where she leads the SMF’s research on business policy, entrepreneurship, economic growth and employment. Nida previously worked at the House of Commons, where she advised MPs and committees on a broad range of economic issues, and in particular, on financial services. Nida also has in-depth expertise in regulation and competition policy, gained whilst working at Ofcom, the UK regulator and competition authority for communications markets.

Research Paper

The contribution of alternative finance to business growth. Research Paper No 51

This paper analyses the characteristics and activities of firms that use crowdfunding, using data from the Longitudinal Small Business Survey (LSBS). Our aim is to better understand the role that crowdfunding plays in the business lending market, and potential implications for policymakers

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