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Publications 1 November 2017
Future of Work in Wales
The future of work is uncertain, with a wide range of societal changes affecting the labour market.
Publications 26 February 2017
Harnessing Growth Sectors for Poverty Reduction
This report considers how growth sectors can reduce poverty by providing high quality jobs and opportunities for career progression. Based on research funded by the...
Publications 17 October 2016
Efficiency and the NHS Wales Funding Gap
Could further 'technical' efficiency help close the long-term NHS 'funding gap' in Wales?
Publications 27 June 2016
Food Policy as Public Policy
This report examines whether the Welsh Government’s Food Strategy was sufficiently comprehensive and up to date.
Publications 8 June 2016
Increasing the Role of Social Business Models in the Health and Social Care in Wales
This report by the Public Policy Institute for Wales (PPIW) reviews the evidence on ways of increasing the role which Social Business Models (SBMs) can...
Publications 27 May 2016
De-escalating Interventions for Troubled Adolescents
This report by the Public Policy Institute for Wales (PPIW) provides advice on the potential to de-escalate interventions in the lives of troubled adolescents. To...
Commentary 24 March 2016
Why We Need Evidence on Poverty
Poverty is a long-standing and apparently intractable problem in Wales. Around 23% of population, some 700,000 people, live on household incomes of less than 60% of the median....
Publications 29 February 2016
Promoting Emotional Health, Well-being and Resilience in Primary Schools
What works in building emotional resilience of children in Welsh primary schools?