A new paper by Jethro Elsden for the CPS attempts to evaluate the costs of a four-day work week to the public sector.
A new Centre for Policy Studies report, launched by the Communities Secretary, the Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP, sets out the full extent to which wealth, talent, trade and investment are concentrated in London and the South East – and offers a detai
The Government is currently considering whether or not to reduce stamp duty ahead of an election. A new report by Alex Morton argues that stamp duty on homes is a tax on mobility and aspiration, and calls for drastic cuts.
The CPS welcomes new CBI analysis of Labour's renationalisation plans which vindicates our original report from January 2018.
In a new CPS lecture series, 'Going for Growth', leading economic thinkers will set out their thoughts in the company of some of Britain's most respected financial commentators.
In his new report 'Popular Capitalism' Robert Colvile explains how an updated version of the popular capitalism pioneered by Margaret Thatcher can show people how the free market can work in their best interests.