According to the Institute for Public Policy Research’s Commission on Economic Justice report called Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy, we need a “fundamental reform of the British economy on a scale comparable with the Atlee reforms of the 1940s and the Thatcher revolution of the 1980s.” Like many so-called developed economies around the world, the British economy’s no longer delivering rising earnings for most of the population, and young people today are set to be poorer than their parents. In this Taxcast Extra Naomi Fowler of TJN speaks with Grace Blakeley of the Institute for Public Policy Research on the findings of their report.
The OECD established NAEC (“New Approaches to Economic Challenges“) in response to its failure to warn of the economic crisis that began in August 2007, and which led, a year later, to the collapse of […]
Martin Wolf argues that, to be a truly democratic and prosperous society, we need a new and comprehensive movement devoted to public engagement with economics. Listen here
Kate Pickett joins Politics Theory Other to discuss her new book – co-authored with Richard Wilkinson – The Inner Level: How More Equal Societies Reduce Stress, Restore Sanity and Improve Everyone’s Well-being, the follow up […]