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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
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Associate Fellow of SPERI appointed to the Low Pay Commission

Professor  Sarah Brown of the Department of Economics, Associate Fellow of SPERI and Co-Director of the Institute for Economic Analysis of Decision-Making (InstEAD) has been appointed as a Low Pay Commissioner. The Low Pay Commission is an independent body that advises the government about the National Minimum Wage. It is an advisory non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for … Continue reading

11 May 2015 by
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