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Commentary 14 February 2019
Is the future of the economy threatening local taxation?
Examining the impact of automation and high street closures on tax revenues
Commentary 7 February 2019
Growing the Welsh tax base through business rates: risks, rewards and trade-offs
Can non-domestic rates make a greater contribution to public revenues in Wales?
Commentary 5 February 2019
Beyond contracting: public service stewardship to maximise public value
John Tizard introduces the key issues and arguments from our recent report
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Beyond contracting: public service stewardship to maximise public value
5 February 2019
A panel event discussing our latest paper and the future of public procurement in Wales
Commentary 20 December 2018
Collaborative procurement in Wales: Pulling together… but in what direction?
Joining forces to buy-in goods and services is a growing trend
Commentary 5 December 2018
5 Things You Should Know About Gender Equality in Wales
Feeding back from our recent Gender Equality Review seminar
Publications 6 November 2018
Promoting job progression in low pay sectors
Today, being stuck in low-pay work is a real risk for many. In Wales, about 459,000 workers are employed in low-paying occupations, and almost two-thirds of...