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Unfair and in need of reform: Public attitudes to the UK economy

The IPPR Commission on Economic Justice argues that the economy does not work well for most people. IPPR wanted to understand the degree to which this was felt by the UK population, and how perceptio…

05/09/2018
Catherine Colebrook
Publication Briefing Economy Commission on Economic Justice IPPR

Prosperity and justice: A plan for the new economy - The final report of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice

Established in autumn 2016 in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, the aim of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice was to examine the challenges facing the UK economy and to …

05/09/2018
Michael Jacobs
Catherine Colebrook
Mathew Lawrence
Alfie Stirling
Publication Report Economy Commission on Economic Justice IPPR

The state of pay: Demystifying the gender pay gap

The UK has a gender pay gap: within industries, within occupations, and within organisations, women tend to earn less per hour than men. A small proportion of this gap may be the result of unequal …

10/05/2018
Catherine Colebrook
Charlotte Snelling
Publication Report Jobs & skills Society & migration IPPR

Measuring what matters: Improving the indicators of economic performance

Over recent years there has been increasing concern among economists and statisticians, and a variety of commentators and organisations in civil society, about whether the current range of economic …

27/04/2018
Catherine Colebrook
Publication Economy Commission on Economic Justice IPPR

Homesharing and London’s housing market

London’s housing crisis is the result of failure to build enough homes to keep pace with growing demand. Rising unaffordability is the result, with many families priced out of the market. At the same …

01/12/2016
Charlotte Snelling
Catherine Colebrook
Publication Housing & infrastructure Report

Out of shape: Taking the pulse of the UK economy

Britain is a successful country. But although our economy is succeeding at the top, it faces deep troubles below the surface. The evidence presented in the report challenges the repeated view of …

17/11/2016
Michael Jacobs
Alfie Stirling
Catherine Colebrook
Publication Economy Commission on Economic Justice Report