Monthly Archives: March 2019

By Lewis Lloyd

On 23 June 2016, the British public voted, narrowly, to leave the EU. The momentous decision set the UK on…

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By Joshua Pritchard; Rose Lasko-Skinner

This report provides an overview of public service commissioning in England. By examining the complex systems used by central government…

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By Nicole Gicheva; Nigel Keohane; Scott Corfe

Done right, apprenticeships can deliver a significant boost to the UK economy by providing the technical skills that it needs…

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By Ben Glover

Will it ever be possible for the Department for Work and Pensions to engage effectively with ‘harder-to-help’ groups? That was…

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By Katie Whitehouse

This paper evaluates the market-based approaches adopted in the MEI projects in Kenya and Burkina Faso. It articulates how such…

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By Akash Paun; Tess Kidney Bishop; Lucy Valsamidis; Alasdair de Costa

Twenty years after devolution, Ministers in Scotland and Wales say they are ignored by the Government in Westminster, and this…

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By Adam Corlett

In 2017, Members of the Scottish Parliament unanimously voted the Child Poverty (Scotland) Act 2017 into law, creating targets for…

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By Neil Amin Smith; Tom Harris; David Phillips

In recent years, there has been renewed interest in the question of whether additional taxes should be devolved to English…

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By Nick Maxwell

Public–private financial information-sharing partnerships have become increasingly useful in understanding and mitigating economic crime. This Occasional Paper examines how these…

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