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Recent Publications

Value in Public Services

Value in Public Services

This report argues that a new concept of value is needed to form the basis for reform of public services. We identify five elements of value against which services should be judged.

Green skies thinking: Promoting the development and commercialisation of sustainable bio-jet fuels

Green skies thinking: Promoting the development and commercialisation of sustainable bio-jet fuels

Green Skies Thinking recommends the setting of achievable and enforceable targets for replacing standard kerosene jet fuel with bio-jet fuel from 2020, through the implementation of an EU-wide Sustainable Bio-jet Fuel Blending Mandate. This would result in reductions of greenhouse gas emissions from the UK and EU aviation sectors of 15% in 2020 and 60% in 2050 relative to current predictions.

Reforming the UK Family Tax and Benefit System

Reforming the UK Family Tax and Benefit System

Reforming the UK Family Tax and Benefits System reveals that the average middle-income family today pays £6,016 in tax and National Insurance contributions, but gets back £5,383 as social security and family payments. This unnecessary churning has undermined family independence and self-reliance and turned four-fifths of the nation’s families (around 5.5 million households) into welfare claimants.

Hitting the bottle

Hitting the bottle

Policy Exchange’s new report, Hitting the bottle recommends a fundamental overhaul of the alcohol duty regime, to allow for prices to be raised on super-strength beer and ciders, and to promote the production and consumption of lower alcohol products.

The Case for a Basket: A New Way of Showing the True Value of Money

The Case for a Basket: A New Way of Showing the True Value of Money

The Case For A Basket, recommends the introduction of a new indexed unit of account that is tied to inflation as measured by a consumer price index (the existing Consumer Price Index, for example). This indexed unit, called a ‘basket’, would help people assess value, even where price levels fluctuate, enabling them to make far more rational financial calculations.

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