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Latest news, articles and insights from The John Mills Institute for Prosperity.

The Institute for Prosperity launches cross-party Advisory Board to help put UK manufacturing centre stage From The John Mills Institute for Prosperity

Nine politicians, former ministers, economists, and academics join the Institute's newly-formed Advisory Board.

John Mills debates Mark Littlewood on the UK's recovery from COVID-19 From The John Mills Institute for Prosperity

John Mills debates with Mark Littlewood on UK growth strategy post COVID-19 on the Civitas Podcast.

Address the ‘The Elephant in the Room’ or face record unemployment and plummeting living standards, argues John Mills From The John Mills Institute for Prosperity

In our latest research, our founder John Mills pleads the case for how we can recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and raise living standards with a radical exchange rate policy and a manufacturing revival.

John Mills discusses tech, manufacturing and more From The John Mills Institute for Prosperity

Our founder John Mills is interviewed by Jeff Peel from TECH The New Era on how our economy can best recover from the coronavirus pandemic, increase manufacturing and technology development, and improve the underlying growth rate of the UK.

Debate: Should we devalue the pound? From The John Mills Institute for Prosperity

The hit to the UK economy and the public finances from the pandemic and the persistent weakness of both investment and productivity have underlined the importance of finding policies that promote growth. Could engineering a substantial fall in the exchange rate be part of the solution?

The past tells us that reviving manufacturing is the best way to increase productivity, growth and living standards From John Mills

In this latest piece, John Mills argues that the only way to secure a brighter economic future from Coronavirus is by creating the conditions for manufacturers to thrive and compete, just like we did in 1932.

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“To increase prosperity, growth and equality by putting a more successful economic future at the heart of British political discourse.”