Casey is a researcher at IPPR Scotland.
Casey joined IPPR Scotland in May 2021 and has co-authored several reports since then across a range of issues.
This includes a report exploring shorter working time alternatives for Scottish workers; an evaluation of a universal basic services approach for Scottish public services; and more recently a report outlining proposals advocating for how Scotland meets its child poverty targets.
Before working at IPPR Scotland, Casey was a researcher at Fuel Change, and produced research papers on decarbonisation in Scotland. He honed his research skills at the University of Strathclyde where he undertook a masters in public policy, and produced his dissertation on the social causes of Scotland's drug-death crisis.
Casey has a keen interest in constitutional politics, devolution, and is passionate about helping to promote creative solutions to help tackle the climate crisis.
Tipping the scales: The social and economic harm of poverty in ScotlandIn a country as rich as Scotland, the moral imperative to eradicate poverty is clear.
Universal basic services: Building financial security in ScotlandIn this paper, we explore the largest costs facing families below a living income and recommend a universal basic services approach to improve financial security for people across Scotland.
Changing times: The future of working time in ScotlandIn this report, we propose a roadmap towards shorter working time in Scotland.