Lukasz is an economic researcher focussing on monetary and fiscal policy and is currently working on greening central banks and modelling cost scenarios of public policy changes. Prior to joining NEF, he worked at the Centre for Progressive Policy, supporting research programmes on skills, housing and the role of business in society. Lukasz has an MPhil in Economic and Social History from the University of Cambridge and previous experience as an analyst and strategy specialist in the telecommunications industry.
Funding local government with a land value tax
Swapping business rates for land value tax can plug the local authority funding gap.
A radically different social security system
How we can start to rebuild the incomes of the UK’s lowest paid families
Wellbeing as economic steer — New Zealand leading the pack (again)?
If history is any guide, we should pay attention to New Zealand