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The Centre for Progressive Policy is a new public policy think tank, which will launch formally in early 2018.  The Centre believes that, within the framework of a market economy, there is a vital role for government to promote economic efficiency, individual liberty and social justice.  The Centre will help to identify key policies to promote these objectives, and will seek to influence policy makers and support stakeholders to implement them.

The Centre is looking to hire a number of senior analysts with strong quantitative and qualitative skills to build up and lead a series of new research areas. In addition, the Centre is looking to hire data and economic analysts to support this ambitious new research programme.

The Centre for Progressive Policy is a new start up which builds on the initial success of the Centre for Progressive Capitalism. It offers a rare and exciting opportunity to join a new organisation with considerable growth potential, and to help shape its direction and culture from the start.

Current Job Vacancies

Senior Research and Policy Analyst – Productivity and Trade

The successful candidate will lead the research stream in analysing the productivity growth of firms and clusters across the UK economy, and the role that trade plays in productivity growth.

Salary: £45k – £60k
Closing Date: 29 November 2017

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Senior Research and Policy Analyst – Rethinking the welfare state

The successful candidate will lead the research stream in rethinking the role and funding requirements of the welfare state. This will include benchmarking the UK with other countries to assess the different systems and policy options, taking into account demographic changes and shifts in the labour market.

Salary: £45k – £60k
Closing Date: 29 November 2017

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Senior Research and Policy Analyst – Redesigning Britain’s approach to managing public finances

The successful candidate will lead the Centre’s research in thinking how Britain manages its overall budget and public finances with a focus on making cross-government distinctions between capital and current expenditure.

Salary: £45k – £60k
Closing Date: 29 November 2017

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Senior Research and Policy Analyst – Regulation of natural monopolies

The successful candidate will lead the research programme in analysing the performance of Britain’s regulated natural monopolies including water, energy and railways. Central to this research will be to develop an approach to compare the UK’s performance internationally.

Salary: £45k – £60k
Closing Date: 29 November 2017

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Data & economic analysts

The successful candidates will provide analytical and data support across the new work streams of the Centre on a project basis.

Salary: £26k – £28k
Closing Date: 29 November 2017

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