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Economy 2030 Inquiry

The Economy 2030 Inquiry explores the economic changes that the UK is facing and will set out a plan to navigate the decade ahead. The project is being run in collaboration with the Resolution Foundation and funded by the Nuffield Foundation.

The UK is facing unprecedented economic change - driven by the triple shocks of the Covid-19 pandemic, Brexit and the transition to net zero. The Economy 2030 Inquiry explores the nature of these economic changes and will start a national conversation about what this means for people, places and firms.

It will set out a framework for successfully navigating the challenges and opportunities these changes will bring, with proposals for economic reform to drive strong, sustainable growth, and significant improvements to people's living standards and well-being. A final report will be delivered in Summer 2023.

The inquiry is being overseen by a Commission, made up of some of the world's leading economists and policy thinkers, including: Baroness Minouche Shafik, Director of London School of Economics and Political Science; Sir Clive Cowdery, Founder of the Resolution Foundation and chairman of the Resolution Group; Dani Rodrik, Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard University; Frances O'Grady, General Secretary of the British Trades Union Congress; Dame Carolyn Fairbairn, Former Director-General of the Confederation of British Industry; Lord Nicholas Stern, I G Patel Chair of Economics and Government, LSE; and, Adam Tooze, Professor of History, Columbia University.

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