Centre for Economic Justice
The Centre for Economic Justice (CEJ) at IPPR is our landmark initiative to provide progressive and practical ideas for fundamental reform of the economy, to one which is hard-wired for both prosperity and justice.
It carries forward the work of the Commission on Economic Justice, a wide-ranging two-year inquiry that concluded with a comprehensive final report in September 2018.
Making markets: The City's role in industrial strategyTo tackle climate change, we need a significant increase in public and private capital investment.
Inflation, profits and market power: Towards a new research and policy agendaIn the aftermath of the pandemic, as the global economy rebounded it was accompanied by a dramatic rise in inflation, reaching levels not seen since the 1970s, peaking at 9 and 11 per cent in Europe and 11 per cent in the US.
Carys Roberts discussing inflation on Channel 4 NewsCarys is the executive director at IPPR.
Carsten Jung on BBC responding to the Bank of England's interest rate decisionCarsten is a senior economist at IPPR. He leads the work on macroeconomics and structural economic reform.