Lawrence Kay

Research Fellow - Economics Unit, 2008-2010


Lawrence now works at the World Bank. In his two-and-a-half years at Policy Exchange he worked on many parts of our economics work, but particularly concentrated on welfare reform. Lawrence was educated at the University of Essex and London School of Economics

Lawrence Kay

Related Posts & Publications

Public Sector Pensions: The UK’s second national debt

Public Sector Pensions: The UK’s second national debt

Read Publication By James Mackenzie Smith, Neil Record; Edited by Lawrence Kay A new report from Policy Exchange today reveals the true extent of the public sector pension debt, which until now has been kept hidden and out of official figures. The cost of these...
The Cost of Complexity

The Cost of Complexity

Read Publication By Lawrence Kay, Nicholas Boys Smith, David Martin; Edited by Natalie Evans The credit crunch is clearly the most serious and urgent of our current economic problems. However, once stability returns the Government must make the UK tax system...
When Hassle Means Help

When Hassle Means Help

Read Publication With the number of people out of work and living off benefits staying stubbornly above 4 million, policy makers are increasingly looking at new ideas to get people off welfare and into work. Especially because, since 1997, over £75 billion of...