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A response to the McGregor-Smith Review on ethnic-minority progression in the workplace

A response to the McGregor-Smith Review on ethnic-minority progression in the workplace

Richard Norrie — Policy Exchange’s Demography, Immigration, and Integration Research Fellow — explains why the review is ‘statistically crude’ and ‘overly pessimistic’. He contends that ‘we now need to pursue the argument that ethnic-minority progression and inclusion is a matter of basic justice, and also essential if we are to be a successful and integrated multi-ethnic society’.

Why do we read?

Why do we read?

In a video to mark the 20th World Book Day, Lindsay Johns – Policy Exchange’s Head of Arts and Culture – asks the question… why do we read?

EU waste diktat could cost Britain £2 billion

EU waste diktat could cost Britain £2 billion

“EU waste diktat could cost Britain £2 billion”. That is the headline from a new report published by Policy Exchange today, ‘Going Round in Circles’. The report provides a critical review of European and UK policies concerning waste and recycling.

France’s Presidential Election

France’s Presidential Election

In the first of a series of pieces looking at the upcoming French election, Warwick Lightfoot — Policy Exchange’s Director of Research, and Head of Economic and Social Policy — explains why France’s ‘political problem is a structural economic problem’, and asks whether any of the Presidential candidates have a programme capable of meeting the challenges at hand.

Six Hypotheses on the Productivity Slowdown

Six Hypotheses on the Productivity Slowdown

With reference to the Government’s recent Industrial Strategy green paper, Jonathan Dupont — Policy Exchange’s Economic and Social Policy Research Fellow — considers where should Britain should focus its attention in order to drive up productivity.

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