Out of shape: Taking the pulse of the UK economy

By many measures, Britain is an economically successful country – yet its top-line success conceals fundamental and damaging problems that can no longer be left unaddressed. In examining these problems and their symptoms, Michael Jacobs sets out why the newly launched IPPR Commission on Economic Justice is committed to nothing less than rewriting the rules of the British economy.

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