This event sees the launch of a report exploring how policymakers can help low income households extract value from consumer markets.
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Dr Claire Crawford of the University of Warwick and IFS will discuss Socio-economic differences in university participation.
Professor Anand Menon of King’s College London will discuss Britain’s strained relationship with the EU at our latest ESRC sponsored Chalk + Talk session
Social Market Foundation launches a new report exploring household saving behaviour.
Join us for a reception to launch Unlocking Development, a new publication from the University of Warwick’s Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE) in association with the Social Market Foundation.
Please join us for the launch of a new Social Market Foundation publication ‘Good Culture in Financial Services: Does the Model Matter?’, kindly supported by LV=.
Join us for the next in the ESRC sponsored Chalk + Talk series with Eric Kaufmann author of a recently-released report ‘The White British Response to Ethnic Change: UKIP, White Flight or Integration?
Please join us for the next in the ESRC sponsored Chalk + Talk series with Bridget Anderson, Professor of Migration and Citizenship and Deputy Director at COMPAS, University of Oxford.
The first of a new series of events we are running in association with the University of Warwick’s Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy, CAGE.
Our 2014 fringe programme will seek to tackle issues from our key research priorities: increasing productivity; changing financial services; tackling the cost of living; and, reforming public services. See a full list of our activity across the three conferences.
The Social Market Foundation’s Liberal Democrat Conference Fringe Programme
The Social Market Foundation’s Conservative Conference Fringe Programme
The Social Market Foundation’s 2014 Manchester Fringe Programme
We are delighted to welcome Professor Alison Wolf CBE to discuss the issue of gender in British political and economic life.
We are delighted to welcome Professor Charlie Jeffery to discuss Scottish independence on Thursday 21 August, 12:30-1:30pm.
Launch of a new SMF report which sets out the links between entrepreneurial activity and growth; and address the barriers holding back those with the most potential.
The SMF Summer Reception is bringing together the voices of the radical centre (our term, not theirs) for a shared discussion about the big issues lying beneath public service reform.
A Keynote Address at the SMF by the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills the Rt Hon Vince Cable MP
Professor Patrick Dunleavy, LSE, will discuss ways of increasing productivity in public services
Launch of ‘The Meritocrat’s Manifesto’ by Dominic Raab MP. Raab will debate The Guardian’s Aditya Chakrabortty.
Policy roundtable with CAGE Warwick on the role of enterprise in development.
This Chalk + Talk summarises recent quantitative research on neighbours, peers and educational achievement
Launch of a new SMF report looking at in-work progression.
Launch of a new report examining the UK’s middle income households since 2007
Professor Dieter Helm will discuss what’s next for UK energy policy.
This roundtable will ask if tax, wage subsidies & minimum wages are the right tools to tackle in-work poverty
Launch of new SMF report on the future of banking
Professor Karen Rowlingson will discuss the role of wealth in inequality.
Keynote speech from Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Chris Leslie MP
George Freeman MP will discuss the revolutionary potential of data in healthcare.
This roundtable discussion will explore in-work poverty, affordable housing and housing supply.
At this events Dr Anthony Seldon will launch his latest SMF pamphlet on the UK’s educational divide
Health and Social Care policy dinner with Rt Hon Andy Burnham MP. By invitation only.
As part of JRF’s 2015 anti-poverty strategy, this events will discuss child poverty and social mobility.
Leading economist Professor John Kay will discuss the economic challenges facing an independent Scotland.
Professor Sascha Becker discusses whether EU Structural Funds have positive growth effects.
The launch of a pamphlet by Universities Minister David Willetts MP.
Professor Stephen Roper discusses support for a UK mid-market growth as a policy opportunity.
Professor Charles Goodhart CBE, LSE, gives a prognosis for the eurozone and European Banking Union.
The third in a series of three roundtable discussions on the Single Local Growth Fund.