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26 Feb 2018
Hettie O'Brien writes discusses how citizen interest in economics can best place us to speak truth about bad policy
20 Feb 2018
Megan Corton Scott
In the current populist era an active initiative such as the Citizen’s Economic Council is not only necessary, but a breath of fresh air argues Megan Corton Scott.
13 Feb 2018
In its response to the Taylor review, the government announced it will be consulting the public on the employment status of gig workers. How can government distinguish this consultation from previous ones by engaging with the public differently?
01 Feb 2018
To renew democracy, we need to think about how we can combine the strengths and overcome the weaknesses of direct, representative and participative methods.
19 Jan 2018
Being able to understand what the economy is will help you assess crucial decisions put forward by those in power
19 Dec 2017
Reema Patel argues that creating and renewing spaces for the cultivation of a common citizenship as well as for citizen deliberation is essential in response to the global legitimacy crisis that we are experiencing.
Community Asset Transfers have the potential to deliver significant social and economic benefits. But the evidence on benefits delivered by CATs to date is very limited. New research is seeking to unpick that.
Building healthy communities will only come when we understand that health care goes far beyond doctors, medicine and hospitals. Bill Graham explains his vision for a Community Health Service, where community and third sector organisations are integral.
06 Dec 2017
Reflections on the need for systems-thinking and stories in communicating evidence and building empathy.
05 Dec 2017
Nick C Jones
Everyone has an interest in the success of the economy. But it’s not always easy for the public’s voice to be heard in the rough and tumble of economic debate. The question is why?
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