Research undertaken by Landward Research Ltd for FAME and the Institute for Archaeologists has shown that in April 2011, the rate of job losses in archaeology appeared to have slowed, and business confidence was showing very slight signs of improvement. In the first three months of 2011, the number of archaeologists in work increased very […]
The Economic Crisis and the Coming Second Wave – how the economic situation will affect archaeological practice in universities and government
An article by Kenneth Aitchison, Landward Research's Executive Director, has been published in Archaeological Review from Cambridge. Click on the image of the first page below to open the whole article as PDF.
Two recent recent reviews have talked positively about the Archaeology and the Global Economic Crisis, an overview of how the changed economic situation is affecting archaeological practice around the world that was co-edited by Kenneth Aitchison of Landward Research Ltd. Nathan Schlanger, the other co-editor, has had an excellent summary (together with impressive photograph) published […]
Kenneth Aitchison's article on The Economic Crisis and the Coming Second Wave: How the economic situation will affect archaeological practice in universities and government has been published in issue 26.1 of Archaeological Review from Cambridge, a special issue of the journal which had the theme of Archaeology and Economic Crises. This article looked at how the […]
Landward Research staff will be attending and contributing to the IfA Annual Conference in Reading from 13-15 April 2011. We will be making making three poster presentations which will be on show at the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology stand. Doug-Rocks Macqueen’s poster presents a detailed analysis of all the jobs […]
Landward Research have completed a report for IfA and FAME on archaeological employment in the second half of 2010; the full report can be read here – Job Losses in Archaeology October 2010 January 2011 The number of people in archaeological employment fell considerably over the six months from 1 July 2010 to 1 January 2011. It […]
A new report on job losses and employment within UK commercial archaeology has been produced by Landward Research Ltd. The report, which is on the situation as it was in July 2010, has been published by the Institute for Archaeologists at http://www.archaeologists.net/sites/default/files/node-files/JoblossesJuly2010.pdf. The number of people in archaeological employment increased markedly over the three months from […]