Economic & Social Policy Research Fellow
Jonathan Dupont joined Policy Exchange in April 2014 as a Research Fellow in the Economics & Social Policy Unit. Prior to joining, he worked as a parliamentary researcher, an independent economic researcher and an analyst for the There is Nothing British about the BNP campaign. He has co-written multiple books on public policy, including A Time for Choosing for Palgrave Macmillan and Gridlock Nation for Biteback Publishing.
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by Jonathan Dupont | Dec 7, 2016Read Publication Under Theresa May’s leadership, the Government has signalled an intention to develop a new Industrial Strategy – but there has been much less clarity about what this should mean in practice. Today, too many people worry that globalisation and the...
by Jonathan Dupont | Nov 20, 2016Read Publication In the wake of Brexit, the new Chancellor has announced a ‘reset’ of fiscal policy — but significant uncertainty remains both around the short- and long-term prospects for the economy. Many have taken this as a signal for an ‘end of austerity’, with...
by Jonathan Dupont | Oct 26, 2016Read Publication The new Government has three central priorities: securing a new role for the world for Britain in the wake of Brexit, designing a forward looking Industrial Strategy and ensuring social justice. The £2.5 billion in development research spending...
by Jonathan Dupont | Nov 24, 2015Read Report Together, a decade of loose public spending, fiscal stimulus and the aftermath of the financial crisis left Britain with the highest deficit in its post war history at 10.2% of GDP. Even half a decade later, that deficit is only half closed, and remains...
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Don't miss our last event of Labour Party Conference 2021. The book launch of ‘Broken Heartlands: A Journey Through Labour’s Lost England’, @SebastianEPayne in-conversation with @lisanandy. 18.00 in the Cambridge Room & live on our online platforms. youtube.com/watch?v=…
RT @Robert_WH_Ede Really fun chairing this event earlier. I asked each of the speakers to name one thing that would make the biggest difference. Their shopping list: 1️⃣ Better trust and transparency in data 2️⃣ Genuine service integration 3️⃣ Empowerment locally 4️⃣ A solution for the workforce twitter.com/policy_e…