Monthly Archives: February 2019

By Yaron Cohen; Laura Patel

Indonesia is approaching a key point on its development pathway. Rapidly declining poverty, a growing and urbanizing middle class with…

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By Claudia Martinez; Josh Pritchard

This report provides a critical examination of how personal budgets have been used to deliver public services in the UK.…

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By Christopher Snowdon

Following on from research published by the IEA between 2012 and 2014, this discussion paper revisits the issue of state-funded…

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By Carla Ayrton; Josh Holden; Peter Kenway; Adam Tinson

This is a report about Birmingham and the Black Country – the local authority areas of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and…

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By Daniel Tomlinson; Laura Gardiner

Headlines about shop closures might give the impression that retail’s decline is a relatively recent phenomenon, but in fact retail’s…

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By Dominic Walsh

After the Withdrawal Agreement was voted down in Parliament on January 15 by 230 votes, the UK Government has focused…

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By Scott Corfe

This study explores the role that co-living could play in increasing homeownership for first-time-buyers in the United Kingdom – particularly…

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By Michael Johnson

The research, authored by Associate Fellow Michael Johnson, outlines the vast, and continuing, growth in unfunded spending promises by government,…

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By Dr Gemma Bird; Dr Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik; Dr Amanda Russell Beattie; Patrycja Rozbicka

This report finds that recent changes in EU border management have limited refugees’ movement across Europe, and as such, have…

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