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The debt ratchet

March 2014

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Reform paper on the public finances and the fiscal framework.

Tags: James Zuccollo, Clare Fraser, Cathy Corrie, Economy

Media Coverage: Kick-starting growth

07 August 2013

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Reform has released new research arguing that The Bank of England should focus on growth with a commitment to looser monetary policy.

Tags: Economy, Other, James Zuccollo, Patrick Nolan

Kick-starting growth

August 2013

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Reform argues that monetary policy must be eased to generate growth.

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The complexity of measuring educational...

July 2013

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James Zuccollo has a New Zealand Treasury Working Paper published on measuring the value of tertiary education.

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Must do better: spending on schools

May 2013

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Reform's latest report argues that the Government can cut school spending without compromising standards.

Tags: Lauren Thorpe, Kimberley Trewhitt, James Zuccollo, schools,

Under new management

30 April 2013

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James Zuccollo in Public Finance magazine evaluated the likely impact of Mark Carney’s arrival on the UK economy

Tags: James Zuccollo, Economy, Public Finance

Budget 2013: delaying hard decisions on...

22 March 2013

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James Zuccollo argues that Chancellor George Osborne's decision to continue ringfencing is a burden to departmental budgets

Tags: James Zuccollo, Economy, The Guardian

We need a new fiscal rule to rid the UK...

04 December 2012

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City A.M.- 4 December 2012 James Zuccollo

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James Zuccollo

October 29, 2012

Senior Economist 

James joined Reform from New Zealand in September 2012. Prior...(continued)

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Innovation and the race for global advantage

by ScarlettSturridge in Reform blog on 18 January 2013

Reform roundtable seminar on " Innovation economics: the race for global advantage", with Stephen Ezell, The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, Washington, D.C.

Tags: James Zuccollo, Economy

Making fiscal policy sustainable

by ScarlettSturridge in Reform blog on 20 March 2013

Reform held a panel discussion on 19 March 2013 entitled "Pre-Budget Briefing 2013: Making fiscal policy sustainable." It featured a panel comprising Ben Gummer MP, Sam Fleming (Economics Editor, The Times), Piers Ricketts (Partner, KPMG), and Dr Patrick Nolan (Chief Economist, Reform). The discussion was kindly hosted by KPMG and resulted in a wide-ranging discussion, summarised below.

Tags: James Zuccollo, Patrick Nolan, Economy