Commentary & Podcasts
A ‘cost-of-living bonus’? The case for direct cash payments to help squeezed households
Aveek Bhattacharya examines possible policy suggestions that can be used to respond to the mounting cost-of-living crisis. Evaluating each, he finally calls on Rishi Sunak's Treasury to give direct cash transfers to households to give them the power to best decide how to respond to rising costs.
|Published:||20 January 2022|
The new consumer trilemma? Innovation, fairness and a just transition to net zero in the energy market
|Published:||14 December 2021|
To get to grips with crime, we need to understand why more and more victims are giving up on prosecution
|Published:||10 December 2021|
Untapped potential: why we need to better support ethnic minority businesses
Is enough being done to tackle the systemic barriers facing ethnic minority businesses? The panellists at our recent event on entrepreneurship and diversity in the UK certainly don’t think so.
|Published:||02 December 2021|
We must stop meating like this: Why it’s time for a better measure of meat consumption
We urgently need to reckon with the impact that eating meat has on the climate, human health, biothreats, animal welfare and much more. But delivering a proportionate response depends on knowing how much meat we are eating. And that, as this blog sets out, isn’t entirely clear.
|Published:||30 November 2021|