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Making concrete change

As a key input into concrete, the most widely used construction material in the world, cement is

EU–China innovation relations

It is in the long-term interests of both the EU and China to encourage innovation collaboration. Transnational

The role of investors in promoting sustainable infrastructure under the belt and road initiative

China is seeking to increase its overseas investments in infrastructure projects, and the Belt and Road Initiative

A third way for Britain’s railways

None of the 1980s and 90s state privatisations have been as contentious as the break-up of British

How to transform infrastructure decision making in the UK

The UK is in a period of major political and economic change. Concerns about regional inequalities, productivity,

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By Johanna Lehne; Felix Preston

As a key input into concrete, the most widely used construction material in the world, cement is a major contributor…

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By Dr Tim Summers; K. C. Kwok; Lawrence J. Lau

It is in the long-term interests of both the EU and China to encourage innovation collaboration. Transnational innovation networks or…

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By Alison Hoare; Lan Hong; Jens Hein

China is seeking to increase its overseas investments in infrastructure projects, and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is its…

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By Adrian Quine

None of the 1980s and 90s state privatisations have been as contentious as the break-up of British Rail (BR). Despite…

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By Nick Davies; Graham Atkins; Dr Daniel Slade

The UK is in a period of major political and economic change. Concerns about regional inequalities, productivity, an acute housing…

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By Luke Raikes

IPPR North commends the IPA for responding to our frequent calls to improve the available data on regional infrastructure and…

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By Nick Davies, Graham Atkins; Tess Kidney Bishop

Ministers are hampering progress towards their own objective of increasing private investment in UK infrastructure at a good price. This…

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By Various Authors

The British economy is at a critical juncture. Its future success depends on overcoming two major, interrelated problems – long-term…

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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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