Resolution Foundation

The case for a new strategy

Chapter Three of The Economy 2030 Interim report

The previous chapters argued that the UK faces major challenges and changes in the 2020s. We now turn to how we should think about responding. The significance of the questions being asked means that the answers must amount to more than simple changes in policy here or there. Rather, the UK must renew its economic strategy and do so while focusing on the goals of sustainably higher growth, lower inequality, and successfully navigating change. We focus on the UK’s economic strategy as a whole, although the analysis has significant implications for devolved nations and regions, who play important roles in supporting growth, reducing inequality and innovating on policy more generally.

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