A new report which draws on SPERI research and analysis provides new evidence about the public’s attitudes on public spending, wealth and tax.
Our new collaborative project – led at SPERI by Deputy Director Dr Liam Stanley – aims to understand how the public make sense of tax.
We are very pleased to announce that Liam Stanley has been appointed SPERI’s new Academic Deputy Director and joins our leadership team.
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