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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
past event
Beyond contracting: public service stewardship to maximise public value
5 February 2019
A panel event discussed 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...
Commentary 3 October 2018
Fair work must be about more than who keeps the tips
Tips help, but government policy should focus on progression and skills first, says Jonathan Webb in an article for the Conversation
Projects
Maximising universities’ civic contribution
This project explored potential policy options to encourage Welsh universities to prioritise and increase their civic contributions to Welsh communities overall social and economic wellbeing....