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Tackling the productivity puzzle: A higher minimum wage and a 4-day week

The ‘productivity puzzle’ is one of the great enigmas of the UK’s post crisis economy. Could radical demand-side solutions be part of the solution?

Central banks waking up to climate change

The Bank of England is adopting NEF's recommendation to disclose climate risk

The fight for a fairer housing system in England

Only when renting is genuinely affordable will the UK private rented sector be fit for purpose

Race to the bottom

How trade deals are undermining standards that protect us.

Why gender pay inequality is a structural issue

Alice Martin responds to gender pay gap figures

The fight for shorter working hours

We’re facing a number of crises in our workplace – reducing working hours is part of the solution

Government attempts to live within its means’ encourages UK households living beyond theirs

NEF analysis of the latest stats reveal another hidden cost of austerity

One year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, we need to beef up responsibility for algorithms

We have choices about the digital future that we want.

Why not spend a little more?

Building a green economy will cost money. Where do we start?

How safe are our drugs?

Deregulation is putting our health, safety and wellbeing at risk – and it’s costing us billions

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