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  • Research Associate – Housing & Planning

    15th December 2014

    • ResPublica

    ResPublica is looking to recruit a research associate to collaborate on an upcoming housing project. The project will seek to provide policy-makers with long-term supply and demand solutions to the housing crisis.

  • Research & Events Assistants

    11th November 2014

    • ResPublica

    Voluntary basis, with review after 3 months

    ResPublica, an independent, non-partisan think tank, is seeking three interns to join our dynamic and expanding team. Voluntary Research and Events Assistants play a pivotal role in supporting the busy research team on a wide range of policy areas.

  • Research Associates

    6th November 2014

    • ResPublica

    Multiple disciplines, freelance/contract basis

    ResPublica is seeking to recruit a pool of talented research associates to collaborate on a freelance/contract basis on projects throughout 2015. Research Associates will work within one or more of workstreams, outlined on ‘Our Work’, which are underpinned by our founding principles – Society, Prosperity, Virtue.

Will Age Decide the 2015 Election?

The 2015 General Election will be fascinating on many levels, not least because of the emergence of the UKIP vote. However, there are other factors...

The Intergenerational Case for an Asset Tax

The issues of intergenerational inequality and asset inequality are closely linked in Britain today. Yet despite the fact that inequality more generally is increasingly recognised...

A Department for Education and Leadership

If there is just one character trait that pupils should leave school accomplished in, it should be that embodied by a one Mahatma Gandhi: “Be...

The intergenerational divide in housing

Margaret Thatcher famously said she wanted Britain to become a “property-owning democracy”, an aspiration that has been echoed ever since by politicians of every persuasion....

Architecture and Happiness – or who deserves good design

I am a chief executive of a small housing association that has a modest development programme, and we take the view that good design of...

The Intergenerational State of the Nation: why is fairness to grandchildren such a hot topic?

The UK has started to wake up to a new dimension of social justice. For decades the focus of many campaigners has been on fairness...

Money Creation and Society: The beginning of the debate on how money is created

The Chancellor’s autumn statement shows how much scrutiny parliament places on how money is spent, with relatively small changes to budgets generating either applause or...

Talking to bankers: Maths and morals

I recently asked a prominent mathematician who once ran a hedge fund, Doyne Farmer, whether seeking to make a riskless profit was ethical. I don’t...

ResPublica Recommends: Pope Francis’ Strasbourg Address in full

I am happy to address this solemn session which brings together a significant representation of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, representatives of...