Reform's new report on growth and the economic recovery.
Reform's report on the fiscal cost of demographic change.
Reform's report on economic growth and rebalancing the economy
Reform's alternative Budget argues that the borders of the state need to be redrawn and proposes a package of spending cuts and tax rises to eliminate the deficit in this Parliament
Reform's pre-election briefing on public sector productivity
Reform's pre-Budget briefing discusses how to eliminate the structural deficit and pave the way for a return to growth
Reform's report on tax policy argues that tax rises - necessary to fix the disastrous public finances - must be done in the least economically damaging way possible.
Reform's report argues that the front line of public services needs to change to tackle the deficit.
Reform's report on the future of UK infrastructure
Reform's Budget 2009 paper
Reform's proposals for Civil Service reform. The report examines international systems to see what lessons Whitehall can learn.
Reform's look at the public finances, exploring the dangers of fiscal stimulus and examining how a programme of public sector reform, combined with increased productivity in the private sector and for individuals, will lead the way out of recession.