Former Senior Research and Policy Analyst
Matthew joined the Resolution Foundation as a Senior Research and Policy Analyst in January 2012, prior to which he was Head of Office and Senior Researcher for a Member of Parliament. From 2008 to 2009 he worked for the Fair Pay Network – a national coalition which aims to raise awareness of low paid work and in-work poverty in the UK and to promote solutions to address their social cost.
Matthew has an undergraduate degree in History and International Relations from the London School of Economics – where he received the C.S. McTaggart prize for best overall degree performance in any subject - and an MPhil International Relations from the University of Oxford. His particular interests include economic policy, low pay, housing, life chances and social mobility.
Recent Blog & Article posts
- Doing the zero sums
- The forward march of zero-hours contracts must be halted
- The coalition's welfare cuts mean a dramatic rise in council tax for the poorest
- Where next for the living wage? Progress on low pay is imperative
- Left behind in the lower realms of the labour market
- The problem of low wage work runs far beyond workfare