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  • Helping Businesses Thrive in Peripheral Rural Towns

    In this new report, Newcastle University academics Neil Powe and Rhona Pringle explore the scope for business-led growth and place-based revival in peripheral rural towns - those that are…

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  • Going Through the Motions: The Industrial Strategy Green Paper

    As the UK looks to benefit from the opportunities afforded by Brexit, Theresa May intends that the country’s economic success will be underpinned by a modern industrial strategy. The…

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  • Britain’s Achilles Heel: Our Uncompetitive Pound

    Why is economic growth and prosperity in the world so patchy and unstable? Why have incomes for so many people stagnated? Why is there so much inequality – and why is…

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  • The Politics of Fantasy: Immigration policy in the UK after Brexit

    Concerns about immigration were not the only reason why a small but significant majority of the British electorate voted to leave the European Union in the referendum of 23 June…

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  • Building Homes Faster? A commentary on the government’s plans for increasing the pace of development

    The government’s housing white paper identifies the delivery rate of new homes, once planning permission has been granted, as ‘too slow’ and a ‘major problem’. This is a welcome…

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Helping Businesses Thrive in Peripheral Rural Towns
Going Through the Motions
Britain’s Achilles Heel
The Politics of Fantasy
Building Homes Faster? A commentary on the government’s plans for increasing the pace of development

Latest Publications

Helping Businesses Thrive in Peripheral Rural Towns

Helping Businesses Thrive in Peripheral Rural Towns

In this new report, Newcastle University academics Neil Powe and Rhona Pringle explore the scope…

Read More
Going Through the Motions

Going Through the Motions: The Industrial Strategy Green Paper

As the UK looks to benefit from the opportunities afforded by Brexit, Theresa May intends…

Read More

Britain’s Achilles Heel

Britain’s Achilles Heel: Our Uncompetitive Pound

Why is economic growth and prosperity in the world so patchy and unstable? Why have…

Read More
The Politics of Fantasy

The Politics of Fantasy: Immigration policy in the UK after Brexit

Concerns about immigration were not the only reason why a small but significant majority of…

Read More

Building Homes Faster? A commentary on the government’s plans for increasing the pace of development

Building Homes Faster? A commentary on the government’s plans for increasing the pace of development

The government’s housing white paper identifies the delivery rate of new homes, once planning…

Read More
It's Quite OK to Walk Away

It's Quite OK to Walk Away: A review of the UK’s Brexit options with the help of seven international databases

The image of the EU’s Single Market as an economically successful project, membership of…

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