Tackling the root causes of the financial crisis and ongoing recession.
Delivering economic well-being within environmental limits.
Blog post // November 19, 2012
In the face of economic uncertainty, there is awell-known line that global governments repeat over and over again: the economy comes first.When there’s no money, so they claim, protecting the environment is a luxury we can’t afford.More
Moving towards a fairer, more equal society.
Publication // November 30, 2012
The Beveridge Report was designed to deal with extreme social and economic conditions. Beveridge called it ‘a time for revolutions, not for patching’.1 Seven decades later, we face an entirely new set of problems. We might call them the ‘five giants’ of the post-Beveridge era. More
Publication // November 20, 2012
The UK has a unique resource. As of April 2011, the UK’s largest survey, the Annual Population Survey (APS), has included four questions on subjective well-being. The data from the survey will allow analysts both inside and outside government to better understand the determinants of well-being.More