Hanna Wheatley

Researcher

Hanna is a quantitative researcher. Her background is in politics and international studies, and she contributes to a wide range of research areas at NEF, from wellbeing inequality to post-Brexit agricultural policy.

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Weekly Economics Podcast: The rise of the data oligarchs

Latest episode of our award winning podcast – subscribe on iTunes!

IWD2018: 4 examples of fearless women working for change

This International Women's Day, four members of NEF staff celebrate the women who inspire them

No homes for nurses: How NHS land is being sold off to build unaffordable homes

Four out of five homes built on NHS land will be unaffordable to nurses

Land map reveals where developers have scrapped affordable homes

Loophole lets builders backtrack on community pledges.

New research: More than half of self-employed not earning a decent living

While unemployment has dropped, new research shows that the state of the labour market is far from improving

The rise of bad jobs’

While unemployment has dropped, new research shows that the state of the labour market is far from improving.

Lancashire: From the fracking frontline

We went to speak to the communities at the forefront of the fight against fracking.

Is shareholder action winning on high pay?

There are a growing number of cases where shareholders are voting down increases in top salaries

Air pollution: who will stand up for our health and environment after Brexit?

We must stand up for our health and environment post-Brexit

Farming after Brexit: Fraught with danger

A new agricultural settlement post-Brexit must support small farmers and build vibrant local economies.

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