Institute for Public Policy Research
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|Type||Progressive think tank|
|Headquarters||14 Buckingham Street, WC2N 6DF|
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is a left-wing think tank based in London. It was founded in 1988 and is an independent registered charity. IPPR has offices in Newcastle, Manchester, and Edinburgh. Funding comes from trust and foundation grants, government support, and individual donors.
The Institute for Public Policy Research's founding director was James Cornford. According to academic Peter Ruben its primary aim was to provide theoretical analysis for modernisers in the UK Labour Party; offering alternatives to free market fundamentalism.
Matthew Taylor was director between 1998 and 2003.
Tom Kibasi became the group's director in April 2016.
IPPR publishes about fifty reports each year, topics include Economic policy, Energy, transport, climate change, families, work, migration, integration, communities, democracy, devolution and public services.
|Edited by||Mathew Lawrence and Carys Roberts|
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In September 2018, the think tank published Prosperity and justice: A plan for the new economy - The final report of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice based on two years of research. The report recommendations included; the minimum wage raised to £10.20 per hour in London and to £8.75 outside London, workers on zero hours contracts to be paid at least 20% above the higher rate, an industrial strategy boosting exports, with a new national investment bank raising £15bn a year to get public investment to 3.5% of GDP (the G7 average), large changes to government of UK companies including workers on company boards, raising the headline rate of corporation tax and a minimum corporation tax rate to fight tax avoidance by multinationals and a single income tax for all types of incomes. Currently the poorest 20% pay 35% of their incomes in tax, a higher proportion than any other income groups.
- Prosperity and justice: A plan for the new economy - The final report of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice, Tom Kibasi, Michael Jacobs, Catherine Colebrook, Mathew Lawrence, Carys Roberts, Grace Blakeley, Laurie Laybourn-Langton, Lesley Rankin, Alfie Stirling (September 2018) Polity Press
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- Inman, Phillip (4 September 2018). "Thinktank calls for major overhaul of Britain's economy". the Guardian.
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- There is an alternative to neoliberalism – but if Labour keeps ignoring it, the Tories will adopt it first The Independent
- "Prosperity and justice: A plan for the new economy - The final report of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice". IPPR. 5 September 2018.
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