The UK needs to match the ambition of the new Biden administration in the US, IPPR has calculated, if it is to restart the UK economy quickly and minimise long-term scarring effects on businesses, workers and families.
The Centre for Economic Justice at IPPR is our ambitious initiative to provide the progressive and practical ideas for fundamental reform of the economy, to one which achieves both prosperity and justice.
The Centre for Economic Justice is carrying forward the work of the acclaimed IPPR Commission on Economic Justice, producing rigorous research to show how the Commission’s ten-part plan for the economy can be put into practice.
We set out the case to scrap council tax and stamp duty and replace them with a tax proportional to the value of the property itself.
The UK economy is on its way to recovery, but many jobs have still not returned. And without policy support its entrenched weaknesses, such as insecure work and low pay are here to stay
Ending the race to the bottom: Why the UK should seize the opportunity to support a global minimum corporation tax
Since taking office, US President Joe Biden has put forward a bold plan for international cooperation to stop tax avoidance by multinational companies. This briefing paper argues that the UK should...
We've all been working very differently recently. But these often innovative flexible working solutions needn't be just for this crisis. This is a pivotal moment when we should embed healthier working practices across the economy.
Think tank researchers debate the merits of the G7 finance ministers agreement that there should be a global minimum corporation tax rate of at least 15 per cent. On Sky News Ian King Live Dr George...
The UK is a wealthy nation but that wealth is very unevenly distributed. This has negative implications for both economic prosperity and justice. These issues are set to become more important as...