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Commentary 17 June 2020
Building back better: the importance of a green stimulus
The Coronavirus pandemic-driven lockdown imposed across the UK has upended most aspects of day-to-day life. Whilst the economic cost of the lockdown is severe, one...
Commentary 12 June 2020
The role of Welsh local government in a post-Coronavirus world
The role that local government plays in the frontline provision of public services is highlighted and accentuated at times of crisis. Councils across Wales have...
Projects
How to encourage driver adherence to 20mph consistent with road safety
The Welsh Government is proposing to introduce a default speed limit of 20mph on all residential roads in Wales as part of a suite of...
Commentary 10 June 2020
Recovering from the Coronavirus pandemic: maintaining a legacy of volunteering
One of the few positive side effects of the pandemic has been the apparent eruption in volunteering we’ve seen across Welsh communities – both in...
Projects
Local Institutions, Productivity, Sustainability and Inclusivity Trade-offs (LIPSIT)
Local Institutions, Productivity, Sustainability and Inclusivity Trade-offs (LIPSIT) is an ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) funded collaborative project. The aim of the project is...
Commentary 3 June 2020
Clapping after Coronavirus: The implications of the Coronavirus pandemic for health and social care workers
The Coronavirus pandemic has turned the world’s attention to the work of our carers. Each week, many of us have been clapping to recognise...
Commentary 27 May 2020
The implications of the Coronavirus pandemic for the Welsh economy
The Coronavirus pandemic is having a profound and unprecedented impact on the Welsh economy – an economy already weakened by retrenchment and austerity in the public...
Commentary 20 May 2020
When this is all over: Recovering from Coronavirus
‘When this is all over’ has to be one of the most over-used phrases of the Coronavirus pandemic.  But will it, in fact, ever be...