Prosperity and Justice – A Plan For The New Economy

Prosperity and Justice – A Plan For The New Economy

The report is structured in two parts. In part I, sets out the overall arguments; in part II, IPPR present their 10-part plan for economic reform. It begins by describing the UK economy today. While it has some impressive strengths, it is not working well for most people. In recent years it has been growing, but despite this, most people have not been getting better off. Inequality of income is too high and inequality of wealth is even greater. The economy is divided by both age and geography, with wide regional disparities; too many once-thriving communities now offer few good jobs and little hope. Most households living in poverty are also in work. It is apparent that we need to rethink what counts as a successful economy.

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