Monthly Archives: November 2017

By Simon Jeffrey

To boost lagging productivity, cities will need to invest to reduce the barriers that hinder the attraction and growth of…

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By Ben Caldecott; Sam Hall; Eamonn Ives

Brexit presents the UK with an historic opportunity to enhance its natural environment. Rural payments are currently determined predominantly by…

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By Anna Round; Russell Gunson

Discussions of how best to fund students have focussed on the balance between the potential benefits to the students themselves…

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By Dr James Noyes

Heartbeats on the High Street: How Community Pharmacy can transform Britain’s health, wealth and wellbeing – highlights the unique role…

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By Phillip Blond; Mark Morrin; Tom Follett

Reform is essential in facing up to England’s economic and political challenges. Local government has, some places, risen to the…

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By Frank Young

New CSJ report sets out the extent of public support for government talking about family stability

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By Nick Davies, Graham Atkins; Tess Kidney Bishop

How infrastructure projects are financed – whether the public sector or the private sector raises the money for the upfront…

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By Various Authors

This discussion paper argues that industrial strategy should become a central pillar of economic policy. Given the UK economy’s deep…

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By Paul Swinney; Anthony Breach

This briefing forms part of the Centre for Cities series on the industrial strategy. It examines the geographical variation in…

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