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: Leading the inclusive growth debate: parliamentarians and ac...

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: Towards an Empowering State: Turning Inclusive growth into a

The economic hardship of the last nine years has created many casualties, but chief among them has been trust – the glue that holds our societies together. Trust between different groups of people, and trust in institutions has plunged to record lows, with public belief in governments in [...]

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Blog: Welcome to the Future of Political Economy

In the US, new research shows that in the rust-belt states an incredible 40% of those born in 1980 are worse off than their parents. Here in the UK the gender pay gap still looms large – and as the Institute for Fiscal Studies revealed, there has been a four-fold increase in the number of […]

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Blog: The difference between economic growth, and economic growth

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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