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The policy challenges of automation

Beyond the general election, it seems evident that Brexit will become the black hole of British politics, sucking the nation’s political energy, imagination and attention towards it. Given the scale …

22/05/2017
Blog post Expert comment Economy Commission on Economic Justice

Is the UK's outsized financial sector worth it?

The rapid financialisation of the UK economy has done little to bolster socially desirable investments, with the bulk of activity primarily confined to the financial sector itself and real estate.  …

12/04/2017
Blog post Expert comment Economy Commission on Economic Justice

Article 50 has been triggered – what now?

We have two years – unless the remaining EU member states agree to extend the deadline – to finalise the negotiations that will shape our new settlement for years to come. This must be a moment …

29/03/2017
Blog post Power & politics

Who 'owns' a company?

Who ‘owns’ a company? For public listed companies, the answer seems clear: shareholders.  As ‘owners’, companies should consequently be managed and run in their interest.  Yet this widely held …

10/03/2017
Blog post Expert comment Economy Commission on Economic Justice

The Commission meets at 10 Downing Street

In January the Commission was invited in to 10 Downing St to discuss its work on industrial strategy. Commissioners met with George Freeman MP, Chairman of the No 10 Policy Board, and John Godfrey, …

06/03/2017
Blog post Expert comment Economy Commission on Economic Justice

Do you need your boss?

Would you work better without a boss? It seems most of us would. A striking new YouGov poll suggests that by overwhelming margins, most people think that businesses would be better run through …

22/02/2017
Blog post Economy Expert comment