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By Tom Levitt

The Progressive Company Citizen

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  The idea that business can be at the heart of an inclusive society, driven on the path towards social progress by a dynamic market, without undue exploitation, maximising shared economic and social benefits, must be central to any definition of progressive capitalism. It’s the theme of my new book, ‘The Company Citizen’. Progressive thinkers […]

The Challenges of Pathways Analysis

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Skills analyst Andy Norman outlines the challenges of doing labour market analysis at the pathway level
By Charlotte Alldritt

Government finally shows signs of spatial awareness in its industrial strategy

No amount of political Budget gloss will cover the cracks of the UK’s productivity problem, but the role of place in the industrial strategies offers a glimmer of hope

The skills challenge: turning rhetoric into reality

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Skills analyst Andy Norman reviews the recent policy developments announced in the Budget and Industrial Strategy White Paper
By Thomas Aubrey

End this monopoly now Mr Hammond if you want to solve the housing crisis

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Centre Director Thomas Aubrey argues that the Chancellor Philip Hammond must act in the upcoming budget to end monopolistic pricing in the land market if the government is to tackle the housing crisis
By Charlotte Alldritt

Fresh vision as the Industrial Strategy Commission moves beyond sector deals

But the Commission’s final report misses an opportunity to put sub-regional devolution at the heart of a new approach to strategic economic management.
By Thomas Aubrey

What the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget needs to say

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Use the rise in land value to build 150,000 new homes and invest £8bn in infrastructure along the Cambridge to Oxford corridor
By Thomas Aubrey

Market prices and the housing crisis

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With a change to the 1961 Land Compensation Act, the necessary investment in infrastructure and affordable housing along the Oxford - Milton Keynes – Cambridge corridor could be funded

To capitalise on the opportunities of Brexit, Britain must first solve its skills crisis

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Using the example of the automotive industry, skills analyst Andy Norman explains why Britain must first solve its skills crisis if it is to make the most of Brexit
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