Reconnecting wealth creation and social justice

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Inclusive Growth brings together reformers across politics, business, trade unions, finance, churches, faith groups and civil society, to forge a new consensus on inclusive growth and identify the practical next steps for reform.

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TAX SPILLOVER: A NEW FRAMEWORK

This new report focuses on the growing concerns that we are locked into a global race to the bottom on tax, and proposes a new framework to measure ‘tax spillover’ effects.

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Blog: Tackling extreme pay inequality must be central to securing inclusive growth

by Wanda Wyporska

Last summer, the Prime Minister pledged to build a nation that “works for everyone, not just the privileged few”. One of her central ambitions in setting out this vision was to tackle irresponsible business behaviour that leads to “irrational, unhealthy and growing” pay gaps between bosses and [...]

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Blog: Building a more resilient and inclusive global economy

by Christine Lagarde

Thank you, Jean-Claude Trichet and Guntram Wolff, for your kind introductions. And thank you to Bruegel for hosting this event here at the wonderful Bibliothèque Solvay. As I experience this beautiful building, it reminds me that good architecture is not about geometry or design in the first [...]

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Blog: Why don’t we just… make sure economic growth benefits everyone?

by Jane Thomas

In the recent Budget, the Chancellor acknowledged that too many families are still feeling the squeeze, almost a decade on from the financial crash. Theresa May and Philip Hammond have both promoted the goal of inclusive economic growth or an “economy that delivers for everyone” yet there is no [...]

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Blog: A country that works for everyone? Only with inclusive growth

by Stephanie Flanders

Britain’s vote to leave the EU has forced into the open a fundamental and increasingly urgent debate about the country’s future. Should we pursue a more Singaporean model of economic growth, with low taxes and tariffs to attract investment and trade? Or should we seek to ‘regain control’ of our [...]

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The Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) is the APPG’s official partner and provides the secretariat support for the APPG. SPERI is a leading research institute based at the [...]

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