Monthly Archives: December 2017

By Adam Hug (ed.)

Closing the Door: the challenge facing activists from the former Soviet Union seeking asylum or refuge examines how countries, particularly…

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By Laura Gardiner

This report assesses the role that intergenerational family transfers – inheritances and gifts – will play in addressing the generational…

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By Sam Hall; Andrew Harrop

For many years, pensions policy was characterised by a high degree of consensus, following the Pensions Commission in the mid-2000s.…

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By Carys Roberts; Mathew Lawrence; Loren King

As machines become increasingly capable of performing tasks once thought to be the sole preserve of people, some commentators have…

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By Professor Len Shackleton

Proportion of UK employees needing a licence to work has doubled in the last 15 years.  A new report from…

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By Stephen Clarke

In Q3 2017 labour market observers were looking for signs that nominal pay growth could finally be picking up or…

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By Jon Andrews; Natalie Perera

This report by the Education Policy Institute, ‘Access to high performing schools in England’, looks at the density of high…

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By Mathew Lawrence; Nigel Mason

The unequal ownership of capital in the economy is a powerful driver of inequality. With the share of national income…

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By Susan Harris Rimmer

Through the use of policy and spending levers, governments can play four primary roles in encouraging procurement from enterprises owned…

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