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Tunnel vision

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

How to spend it

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

The fiscal alternative

The Fiscal Alternative is the final report of a six-month project, Public Finance Choices for the Left, and

Understanding the economic impact of Brexit

Government and independent forecasts of the economic impacts of Brexit focus on the long-term effects and do

Irregular payments

This groundbreaking piece of research addresses the question of earnings volatility, unearthing some striking findings about the

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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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By Andrew Harrop

The Fiscal Alternative is the final report of a six-month project, Public Finance Choices for the Left, and presents recommendations to…

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By Gemma Tetlow; Alex Stojanovic

Government and independent forecasts of the economic impacts of Brexit focus on the long-term effects and do not provide a…

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By Daniel Tomlinson

This groundbreaking piece of research addresses the question of earnings volatility, unearthing some striking findings about the lived experience of…

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By Various Authors

Government is quietly shifting costs of public services on to individuals. Where government can get people to pay directly for…

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By Olivia Bailey

The left in the UK has weathered the stormy years since Brexit in a tactical pose. But time spent discussing…

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By Stephen Clarke; Paul Gregg

This paper gets to the bottom of why real wages are still 3 per cent below their level before the…

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By Various Authors

Free trade improves the well-being of all parties to it. The most significant way that trade achieves this outcome is…

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