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The future of work: a vision for the national retraining scheme

This report outlines a vision for the National Retraining Scheme. At its core is the creation of

Setting the record straight: how record employment has changed the UK

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

Government procurement: the scale and nature of contracting in the UK

Government procurement: the scale and nature of contracting in the UK reveals that four departments – the

Powering the Midlands engine

What can places across the Midlands do to improve local rates of productivity and prosperity? Most countries

State of the North 2018

The north of England has rarely faced such threat and opportunity. Brexit looms; budgets in essential NHS

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By Daniel Mahoney

New research published by the Centre for Policy Studies estimates that the cost of Labour’s renationalisation plans would be at…

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By Max Wind-Cowie

Escape Velocity: Growing Salford’s Digital and Creative Economy makes the case for continued Government and private sector investment in Salford’s…

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By Nick Davies; Daniel Slade

The absence of a national strategy for infrastructure has serious implications. New projects are dreamt up, reframed, scrapped and reinvented,…

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By Joe Dromey; Marley Morris; Luke Murphy

The construction industry is of vital strategic importance to the UK. A healthy construction industry will be essential if we…

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By Simon Jeffrey

To boost lagging productivity, cities will need to invest to reduce the barriers that hinder the attraction and growth of…

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By Various Authors

This discussion paper argues that industrial strategy should become a central pillar of economic policy. Given the UK economy’s deep…

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By Paul Swinney; Anthony Breach

This briefing forms part of the Centre for Cities series on the industrial strategy. It examines the geographical variation in…

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By Max Wind-Cowie

On the 10th November 2017, ResPublica launched the report Expanding Horizons: The Role for New Nuclear in the UK’s Energy…

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By Daniel Mahoney

If anything, the UK's problem is too few robots, not too many. There are only 71 robots for every 10,000…

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