Tag Archives for Resolution Foundation

The UK needs an ambitious industrial strategy | The Final Report of The Industrial Strategy Commission published today

The UK’s people, places and businesses will only achieve their potential if there is a complete overhaul of how the government views industrial strategy. This is a key message of the Final Report of the Industrial Strategy Commission which has been published today. The Commission, a joint inquiry by SPERI and Policy@Manchester, was established to help to shape the development of … Continue reading

1 November 2017 by
Categories: News | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

Resolution Foundation report on living standards launched at Sheffield Town Hall

The Resolution Foundation launched “Forging ahead or falling behind: Devolution and the future of living standards in the Sheffield City Region” yesterday evening in the Sheffield Town Hall. Its report analyses economic inequalities between cities and within cities and was presented by Stephen Clarke, Research and Policy Analyst at the Resolution Foundation. He showed how the Sheffield City Region lags … Continue reading

20 January 2017 by
Categories: News | Tags: , , , , , , | Leave a comment

SPERI’s Deputy Director to speak alongside Dan Jarvis MP at Resolution Foundation event in Sheffield

As part of a new investigation into living standards in British cities, the Resolution Foundation (RF) is holding events across England this winter – in Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield and Bristol – to explore the unique challenges faced in different areas, and how Metro Mayors can use their new powers to be the driving force behind a new era of inclusive … Continue reading

17 November 2016 by
Categories: Events | Tags: , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Andrew Gamble book launch at the Resolution Foundation – watch the event

On Monday May 9th at an event hosted by the Resolution Foundation, Professor Andrew Gamble, Professorial Fellow at SPERI, outlined the main findings from his new book ‘Can the Welfare State Survive?‘ Following the global financial crisis deep cuts to welfare budgets have become a default policy response for policymakers around the world. Andrew’s book explores the history of the … Continue reading

11 May 2016 by
Categories: News | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Can the Welfare State Survive? Andrew Gamble book launch, hosted by the Resolution Foundation

On Monday May 9th, at an event hosted by the Resolution Foundation in London, Professor Andrew Gamble, Professorial Fellow at SPERI, will launch his new book Can the Welfare State Survive? Following the global financial crisis deep cuts to welfare budgets have become a default policy response for policymakers around the world. Andrew’s book explores the history of the welfare state, … Continue reading

19 April 2016 by
Categories: Events | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment

The complexity of securing a pay rise for Britain

Sarah Brown

The collection of essays recently published by the Resolution Foundation offers a range of innovative solutions In the context of signs of economic recovery, the recent publication of a collection of short essays by the Resolution Foundation that explore a wide range of themes related to securing wage recovery in Britain is both timely and welcome.  Given the well-documented, recent … Continue reading

16 July 2015 by
Categories: Austerity, Economics, Employment, Politics and policy, SPERI Comment | Tags: , , , , , , | Leave a comment