Grace was a Research Fellow at IPPR’s Centre for Economic Justice.
She specialises in macroeconomic policy, with a particular focus on finance.
Her areas of expertise include:
· Macroeconomic policy
· Financial regulation
· Regional economics
Grace graduated from Oxford with a First Class Honours Degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, after which point she joined KPMG’s Public Sector and Healthcare Practice as a management consultant. She spent a year working on regional economic policy for IPPR North in Manchester.
Grace has authored several reports for IPPR, including On Borrowed Time: Finance and the UK’s Current Account Deficit, Fair Dues: Rebalancing Business Taxation in the UK, and Paying for our Progress: How the Northern Powerhouse can be Financed and Funded.
State of the North 2024: Charting the course for a decade of renewalThe North’s communities are ambitious for a better future, but face systemic and pronounced inequalities. Gaps in power, wealth, opportunity, and health result in shorter, sicker, less fulfilling lives.
No home left behind: Funding a just transition to clean heat in ScotlandHow can we ensure that investment in clean heating in Scottish homes drives a just transition, sharing costs and benefits fairly?
The asylum backlog: Job done?This blog post sets out how the department must now grapple with a new set of backlog challenges.