Author: Tom Hunt

Blog: Putting tax at the heart of the inclusive growth debate

by Tom Hunt

Last night’s discussion, co-organised by the APPG, SPERI and Oxfam, was in response to growing concerns from major NGOs like Oxfam, international organisations and governments about ‘tax spillover’ effects – how one country’s tax policy impacts another country’s tax base, tax policy and [...]

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Blog: Leading the inclusive growth debate: parliamentarians and academics launch new partnership in Parliament...

by Tom Hunt

The line-up of panellists included Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff, Sherpa to the G20 and coordinator of the OECD Inclusive Growth Initiative; Rick Samans, Head of the Centre for the Global Agenda and Member of the Managing Board at the World Economic Forum; Charlotte Alldritt, Director of [...]

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

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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Video: Professor Tony Payne – The State of the Inclusive Grow

Professor Tony Payne, co-director of SPERI, talks with APPG chair Liam Byrne MP about how vital Inclusive Growth is for the UK in the current political climate

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

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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