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Living it up: Strengthening the real Living Wage

Wednesday 27 July 2016

The National Living Wage has attracted much attention since its announcement last Summer, but that hasn’t stopped more employers signing up to the real Living Wage, which crucially is rooted in the cost of living facing families. But in this new environment, what is needed to ensure that the Living Wage campaign continues to go … Continued

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The implications of Brexit for monetary policy: Martin Weale speech

Monday 18 July 2016

Fiscal Choices

Valedictory speech by Monetary Policy Committee member Martin Weale Martin Weale, in his last speech as a member of the Monetary Policy Committee, assessed what can be learned so far about the implications for monetary policy of Britain’s referendum vote to leave the European Union. He discussed, in the light of the experience of a … Continued

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Stagnation Generation? Launch of the Intergenerational Commission

Monday 18 July 2016

Shared Growth

Britain, like all societies and families, embodies a social contract between the generations – it is how we live our lives and support each other from cradle to grave. But this contract feels increasingly under threat, with young people seeing their wages plummet and home ownership drift out of sight. Are these short term pieces … Continued

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Resolution Foundation Robotics Conference

Monday 4 July 2016

Work & Security

Advances in robotics are already having a major impact on economies and the world of work. But how much change and disruption might a new generation of technological advances bring? Will AI and machine learning prove a spur for businesses and consumers, or will predictions of the end of many jobs materialise? What is the … Continued

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Finding the right path: Improving career prospects for non-graduates

Wednesday 11 May 2016

Work & Security

Public policy is often focused on boosting high-level skills and helping those with the poorest qualifications. But those in between are often overlooked, despite representing over a third of the working age population. How are non-graduates faring in Britain today? What career routes are working, and who is being left behind? How can we break … Continued

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