Public Services, Welfare and Skills
How do we invest in high quality social infrastructure – such as health and social care, education, skills and affordable childcare – to drive inclusive economic growth? What might this mean for how we deliver effective, affordable and accountable public services and welfare?
Working with a number of local, regional and national stakeholders, the Centre for Progressive Policy examines how the welfare state can respond to the pace of demographic, technological and labour market change. This includes the design of national systems, processes and minimum standards, as well as the interaction with and development of place-based approaches for economic and social policy and investment.