Partners

Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute

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 University of Sheffield. SPERI aims to develop new ideas and new ways of thinking about the economic [...]

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The APPG also has partnerships with a wide range of leading cross-party think tanks, business and civil society organisations. Our partners help shape our events, ideas and research. If you or your organisation would be interested in working with the APPG please get in touch.
The APPG is grateful to the following individuals and organisations that have made financial contributions to support our work:
Oxfam
Sir Trevor Chinn
City of London Corporation

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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

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 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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