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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Latest Event | 14.03.17 at Wilson Room

Latest Event | 14.03.17 at Wilson Room

Corporation tax: a global race to the bottom?

Are we locked into a global race to the bottom on tax? And what does this mean for inclusive growth?

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Making a reality of Inclusive Growth: a keynote lecture with Joseph Stiglitz

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THE STATE OF THE DEBATE 2017

This ground-breaking series of essays begins to set out the foundations for a new consensus in political economy. And not before time.

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Blog: Welcome to the Future of Political Economy

by Liam Byrne

The debate held amidst the snow-topped peaks of Davos this year was dominated by one issue and one issue alone, the surge in inequality. In a democracy, anger isn’t abstract. As both the vote for Brexit and the election of Donald Trump show, it turns up on polling day, with potentially [...]

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Blog: The difference between economic growth, and economic growth for all

by Alison McGovern MP

It’s easy to look away from numbers. The data doesn’t necessarily tell us an obvious story. And then one day, a catalyst sparks an unforeseen, if, with hindsight, predictable event, and we all wonder why we didn’t see it coming. Something similar happened with the Brexit vote. Of course, it was [...]

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Blog: We need to rethink economic policy to bring prosperity to the whole country

by Michael Jacobs

In the US, real median household income is barely higher now than it was in 1990 – despite growth of around 80 per cent in GDP in the same period. In the UK, half of all households have seen no meaningful increase in their incomes since 2005. Before taxes and benefits, only 10 per cent […]

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Blog: Globalisation and Inclusive Growth: the challenges for governments and business

by Caroline Spelman

Those affected have been described euphemistically as ‘left behind’. It is not the case that global liberal elites have wilfully ignored this looming problem. Indeed, there have been attempts to help the low-waged, tax credits with a minimum wage in the UK and America’s efforts to provide [...]

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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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