Author: Stephanie Flanders

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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