Economics

By Stephen Clarke; Nye Cominetti

On the eve of the global financial crisis, the UK’s employment rate was 73.0 per cent. A decade on and…

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By James Rogers

Since the Great Recession in the late 2000s it has been claimed that a number of emerging economies, particularly the…

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By Nicolas Marques; Cécile Philippe; Caio Zanforlin

13 December marks Credit Day across the European Union. This is the day when, on average, European countries’ central governments…

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By Nima Sanandaji

During the twentieth century, economic sanctions became more prevalent. In the twenty-first century they have become a frequently used tool…

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By Lindsay Judge

In December 2016, the Resolution Foundation published its first report in a new programme of work exploring the world of…

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By Guy Opperman MP; Laura Farris

Businesses and employers should do more to help close Britain’s productivity gap, says Guy Opperman MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State…

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By Stephen Clarke; Nye Cominetti

In October there was good news on pay: nominal pay grew by 3.1 per cent in the 12 months to…

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By Matthew Whittaker

In this briefing paper we explore the challenge facing the Chancellor in this year’s Budget: balancing the seemingly conflicting goals…

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By Matthew Whittaker

Defying expectations of a quiet Budget, the Chancellor yesterday delivered a statement with bigger political and economic shifts than many…

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