Former Senior Economist
Sarah is an economic researcher with a strong background in quantitative data analysis. Sarah specialises in issues relating to tax, fiscal policy and social security. She is currently leading NEF’s work on social security reform, local government finance, and wellbeing budgets.
Previously, Sarah worked as an economist for NEF’s consultancy arm. She led Social Return on Investment (SROI) training, and is an accredited SROI practitioner and expert in developing social value frameworks and other cost benefit methodologies.
Reversing the damage done by austerity will take more than this paltry offer
Sarah Arnold, Andrew Pendleton
05 March 2019
Analysis from the New Economics Foundation shows that unprotected budgets will still face cuts after 2020 despite austerity “coming to an end”
30 October 2018
NEF projections show squeeze set to continue
12 October 2018
The government is planning further austerity by stealth
18 September 2018
Options for the Chancellor at the coming spending review
Alfie Stirling, Sarah Arnold
17 September 2018
A health and care system we can all be proud of
05 July 2018
It's clear the NHS needs more funding. But what should the money be used for?
Stress is taking its toll on our society and costing the NHS over 165,000 bed days per year with a cost to the public of £71.1 million.
18 May 2018
How can the NHS amplify local community action?
04 May 2018
Six vanguard sites across the UK are working to transform their communities
Anna Coote, Emily Scurrah, Lucie Stephens, Sarah Arnold
We drastically need a new caring economy that can provide effective and timely healthcare
26 April 2018
The time is now to take action on public sector pay and working conditions
17 July 2017
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