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Paul Collier writes about what a new British prime minister can learn from Lee Kwan Yew, Singapore’s leader between 1959 and 1990.
With Boris Johnson’s downfall, his flagship policy is up for grabs. The opposition urgently needs to grasp it, argues Paul Collier.
In this podcast, Paul Collier discusses the state of capitalism, talks about his working class upbringing and about using lessons of the past to inform the present.
Jonathan Wolff's piece on what it is like to be an assimilated, secular Jew in England in the current times.
A paper on COVID-19 and authoritarianism, co-authored by Jonathan Wolff with Anna Petherick, Maya Tudor and two research assistants on the Alfred Landecker Programme (David Elitzer and Katie Tyner)
Jonathan Wolff argues that the moral character of our leaders will be revealed in how they address the long-term effects of the pandemic.
Paul Collier and Colin Mayer warn against changing the current R&D scheme and shifting support from SMEs in the context of the levelling up of the poorer regions of Britain.
Paul Collier's tribute to the economist central to his nation’s economic revival.
Jonathan Wolff asks when is it morally acceptable for one person to subject another to risk in the context of the pandemic.