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Amplifying Islamophobic hate crime: UK media in the wake of terror attacks Ria Ivandic, Tom Kirchmaier and Stephen Machin
May 2019
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Tags: cep; economy and society; featured; lse comment; crime; extremism; hate crime; islamophobia; religion; terror; terrorist attacks

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Childhood circumstances and young adult outcomes: the role of parental financial problems Marta Barazzetta, Andrew E. Clark and Conchita D'Ambrosio April 2019
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Tags: cep; economy and society; featured; lse comment; austerity; childhood poverty; economics; economy; education; housing; life chances; life outcomes; mental health; opportunities; outcomes; parents; poverty; resources

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Where industry is strong and where it’s weak – key facts of UK business geography Sandra Bernick, Richard Davies and Anna Valero October 2017
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Tags: brexit; british and irish politics and policy; cep; economy and society; featured; british business; british economy; business; firms; geography; industry

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Does immigration harm the job prospects of the UK-born? Brexit and the UK labour market October 2016
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Tags: barbara petrongolo; brexit; cep; economy and society; featured; uncategorized

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The aftermath of the Brexit vote – the verdict from a derided expert John Van Reenen
August 2016
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Tags: brexit; brexitvote; economy and society; featured; john van reenen; lse comment; experts; immigration

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Who voted Leave: the characteristics of individuals mattered, but so did those of local areas Monica Langella and Alan Manning July 2016
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Tags: alan manning; brexit; cep; economy and society; featured; lse comment; monica langella; demographics; eu referendum; vote leave

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Why leaving the EU would almost certainly damage our economic prospects Jagjit Chadha, Paul Johnson and John Van Reenen
June 2016
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Tags: brexit; cep; economy and society; featured; economic growth

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The ‘Britain Alone’ scenario: how Economists for Brexit defy the laws of gravity Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco I. P. Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen May 2016
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Tags: brexit; cep; economy and society; featured; economists for brexit

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The question is not whether Brexit will cost the UK in economic terms but how much Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen March 2016
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Tags: cep; economy and society; featured; john van reenen; lse comment; uncategorized; brexit; eu

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Corbyn and the political economy of nostalgia John Van Reenen
August 2015
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Tags: cep; economy and society; featured; john van reenen; lse comment

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Summer budget 2015: Osborne is right to raise wages, but a clearer productivity plan is required John Van Reenen
July 2015
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Tags: cep; economy and society; featured; john van reenen; budget 2015

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Productivity Plan: A sound framework, but gaps in policy persist. More is needed to get productivity growing again Anna Valero and John Van Reenen July 2015
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Tags: anna valero; cep; economy and society; featured; john van reenen; lse comment

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Austerity in the UK: past, present and future John Van Reenen
March 2015
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Tags: economy and society; featured; general election 2015; john van reenen; lse comment

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Budget 2015: What the Chancellor said and didn’t say John Van Reenen
March 2015
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Tags: cep; economy and society; featured; john van reenen; lse comment; budget

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From ‘Plan B’ to ‘Plan V’: what the UK economy needs to reboot and rebalance growth John Van Reenen
February 2011
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Tags: economy and society; john van reenen; austerity; budget 2011; cep; coalition; csr; cuts; economic growth; economic policy; gdp; growth; inflation; osborne; politics; power; public spending

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To avoid creating a ‘lost generation’, with perhaps a fifth of all 18 year olds unemployed and outside training, a new push on apprenticeships would help Hilary Steedman September 2010
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Tags: economy and society; hilary steedman; apprenticeships; cep; economy; employment; neets; training; uk government; uk politics; young people