Monthly Archives: May 2017

By Various Authors

“It’s the economy, stupid”. Or is it? The mantra of Bill Clinton’s strategist James Carville has become something of an…

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By Various Authors

Ahead of the 2017 General Election, the Education Policy Institute (EPI) published an impartial assessment of the English education policies…

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By Alex Krasodomski-Jones

British society and its politics are increasingly influenced by social media – which presents both democratic opportunities and also practical…

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By Stefan Cibian

The countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and sub-Saharan Africa have started to re-engage with each other after many…

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By Matthew Whittaker; Brian Bell

Across the UK economy, the share of overall employee compensation accounted for by non-wage elements such as employer pension contributions…

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By David Finch

Our pre-election series of briefing notes have so far centred on the main parties’ approaches to deficit reduction and to…

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By Leena Koni Hoffman; Raj Navanit Patel

That corruption is a destructive and complex practice is openly acknowledged in Nigeria, yet it remains ubiquitous in the functioning…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

As of 2017, the EU has 44 trade agreements in place with more than 60 countries across the globe. In…

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By Adam Corlett

There is much that is unusual about the 2017 general election, from its surprise announcement to the dominance of a…

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