IPPR Economics Prize – Winning Entry

Sector: Public Policy
Client: Institute for Public Policy Research
Published: 10 July, 2019
Document type: Report 
Tagged: public policy qualitative analysis quantitative analysis UK

London Economics are delighted to announce that 7 members of our team have been awarded joint first prize in the Institute for Public Policy Research’s Economics Prize. This is the third largest prize in the economics discipline in the world, and is aimed at developing a roadmap for sustainable and inclusive growth across the United Kingdom.

We are incredibly proud of the team – not just for winning – but because they devoted their own personal time to such an important political and economic issue. The winning report outlining Decentralising Britain: The big push towards inclusive prosperity is here https://www.ippr.org/research/publications/decentralising-britain

Congratulations to Martin Kabrt, Rhys Williams, Romain Esteve, Agata Makowska, Farooq Sabri, Nick Robin and Dano Meiske.

Full details of the competition and winners is here https://www.ippr.org/research/publications/economics-prize-winners