Economics & Social Policy Research Fellow, 2012-2014
Guy joined Policy Exchange in August 2012 as an intern with the Economics and Social Policy Unit, before becoming a Research Assistant in November 2012 and a Research Fellow in October 2013.Prior to joining Policy Exchange he read Economics and Politics at Durham University. Whilst there he interned in the office of United States Congressman Don Young, as well as winning the inaugural Global Debate and Public Policy Championship.
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by Guy Miscampbell | Jul 21, 2014Read Publication Jobcentres are failing to help people find long-term work and should be restructured under new plans that will enable private companies and charities to compete with government providers to offer more personalised and specialist support to jobseekers....
by Guy Miscampbell | Mar 3, 2014Read Publication Benefit claimants who breach their job search requirements for the first time will be given “top-up” benefit cards and be asked to sign on daily as part of a new proposal to create a more compassionate but stricter sanctions regime. Smarter Sanctions...
by Guy Miscampbell | Oct 14, 2013Read Publication Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are a vital part of the UK’s economy. In March and June 2013 Policy Exchange held two events to discuss access to finance for SMEs. This document summarises the points made at the events. The picture painted was of...
by Guy Miscampbell | May 22, 2014The news that Jim Messina and David Axelrod have been hired by the Tories and Labour respectively to face off against each other in the 2015 election made waves in Westminster. During recent US elections, the use of technology to target and turnout voters has become...
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