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The Spending Review – why transparency matters

The Spending Review – why transparency matters

Jonathan Dupont, Policy Exchange’s Economic and Social Policy Research Fellow, sets out why transparency in government spending is essential in the long run. Such transparency, he argues, gives confidence that government can combine value for money with protecting the quality of public services.

How hard will the Spending Review be?

How hard will the Spending Review be?

In the second of his series of blogs ahead of the 2015 Spending Review, Policy Exchange Economics & Social Policy Research Fellow Jonathan Dupont looks at just how challenging the Chancellor’s task will be.

How our cities are changing

How our cities are changing

Damian Hind, Policy Exchange’s Economics & Social Policy Research Fellow, examines the ONS’s newly released Travel to Work Area data, highlighting the success of Cambridge and Manchester’s labour markets.

Summer Budget 2015: Policy Exchange analysis

Summer Budget 2015: Policy Exchange analysis

Policy Exchange’s Steve Hughes and Jonathan Dupont analyse today’s Summer Budget, including a look at how the National Living Wage will work, further detail on the Conservatives’ fiscal rules, and the impact on social housing.

The Known Unknowns: Summer Budget 2015

The Known Unknowns: Summer Budget 2015

In the run up to the Summer Budget, Policy Exchange Economics & Social Policy Research Fellow Jonathan Dupont looks at the key questions the government will have to answer on future spending levels.

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