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Election 2015
Policy analysis from the Centre for Economic Performance


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Energy and the Environment: a cold climate for climate change policies?
Ralf Martin, Jonathan Colmer and Antoine Dechezleprêtre, April 2015
Paper No' CEPEA032
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Top Rate of Income Tax
Alan Manning
April 2015
Paper No' CEPEA029
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Health: How will the NHS fare in a cold climate?
Alistair McGuire and John Van Reenen
April 2015
Paper No' CEPEA028
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Real Wages and Living Standards
Stephen Machin
March 2015
Paper No' CEPEA024
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Should We Stay or Should We Go? The economic consequences of leaving the EU
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano and Thomas Sampson, March 2015
Paper No' CEPEA022
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Productivity and Business Policies
Anna Valero and Isabelle Roland
March 2015
Paper No' CEPEA021
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Immigration and the UK Labour Market
Jonathan Wadsworth
February 2015
Paper No' CEPEA019
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Objective, brief and non-technical, CEP Election Analysis is a series of background briefings on the policy issues in the May 2015 UK General Election.

This series discusses the research evidence on some of the UK's key policy battlegrounds, including immigration, austerity, living standards, business, Europe, health, education, crime, inequality, regional policy, climate change and energy, housing and planning, infrastructure, and gender.

These analyses are provided by some of our expert researchers and draw on some of our past and current research. Earlier analyses of other elections are available: including the 2010 and 2005 UK General Election, the 2012 US Presidential Election, European Elections and Scottish Referendum.

We will try to answer enquiries relating to this work whenever possible. Press inquiries to Romesh Vaitilingam (Tel: 07768-661095 Email: romesh@vaitilingam.com), or Jo Cantlay (Tel: 020 7955 7285 Email: j.m.cantlay@lse.ac.uk).