The final report of the Commission on Public Policy and British Business in which senior business leaders and eminent academics call for a new relationship between government and corporate Britain. This book identifies current failings and successes in UK economic performance, and sets out a wholly different vision of public policy towards business designed to improve that performance. It argues that government should strike the right balance between promoting competition, encouraging co-operation, ensuring the supply of high quality inputs and improving the quality of domestic demand, to provide the right incentives and environment for private business to perform better.
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The Institute for Public Policy Research is an independent charity whose purpose is to contribute to public understanding of social, economic and political understanding of social, political and economic questions through research, discussion and publication. It was established in 1988 by leading figures in the academic, business and trade-union community to provide an alternative to the free market think tank. IPPR's research agenda covers the areas of economic and industrial policy, defence, governmental reform, human rights, social policy, the environment and media issues. It also publishes a quarterly journal New Economy (launched in 1993 and already a market leader in its field) and twice yearly newsletter, In Progress. Those with access to the Internet can visit IPPR and the CPBB at: http://www/ippr.org.uk.
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Book Description VINTAGE, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0099747618