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Developing a True Transatlantic Partnership—a High Standard Trade Agreement to Propel the Global Economy

In our latest Special Trade Commission Paper sets out how the UK should negotiate a strong and effective Free Trade Agreement with the US.

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French Legislative Elections 2017: First Round Analysis

Thursday, 15 June 2017

As part of his Senior Fellowship, Matthew Elliott is researching the rise of populism and examining the underlying factors contributing to the rise (or otherwise) of populist movements across the world. Following on from his analysis of the French presidential election, this short paper provides an analysis after the first round of voting in the legislative elections.

Central and Eastern Europe Prosperity Report

Thursday, 15 June 2017

This inaugural 2016 Central and Eastern European Prosperity Report underscores the importance of looking beyond wealth. It shows that while Central and Eastern Europe’s (CEE) average income remains far behind that of Western Europe, its prosperity has converged at a much faster rate. 

A Blueprint for UK Trade Policy

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

In this paper, Legatum Institute's Director of Economic Policy and Prosperity Studies and chair of our Special Trade Commission, Shanker Singham sets out a blueprint for pursuing trade policy after Brexit.

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A brief guide to the French election: Populism across the spectrum —left, right and centre

Friday, 21 April 2017

As part of his Senior Fellowship, Matthew Elliott is researching the rise of populism and examining the underlying factors contributing to the rise (or otherwise) of populist movements across the world. His second paper is a brief guide to the French election, taking place on Sunday 23 April. Will Marine Le Pen succeed where Geert Wilders failed?

 

A new UK/EU relationship in financial services – A bilateral regulatory partnership

Thursday, 13 April 2017

A joint report by the Special Trade Commission and law firm CMS sets out how coordination of financial services regulation between the UK and the EU after Brexit could work – to maintain cross-border financial services trade and improve competitiveness in the sector.

Parenting Skills Classes: Transforming the Next Generation

Monday, 10 April 2017

Families are the bedrock of our society and this is recognised by the public at large—as our recent survey accompanying this report confirms, 84 percent of respondents endorse this statement.

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Cristina Odone interviewed 70 parents and a number of experts as part of her research. Listen to some of these interviews here

 

 

Prosperity in an independent Scotland: Analysis from the Legatum Prosperity Index™

Friday, 17 March 2017

If Scotland were to become independent how will it impact the prosperity of future generations? The Legatum Prosperity Index™ team analyses the issue using data from the global Legatum Prosperity Index™ and data from the first ever UK Prosperity Index, mapping prosperity across 389 local authority areas.

 

 

Overnight Analysis: Dutch Election 2017

Thursday, 16 March 2017

As part of his Senior Fellowship, Matthew Elliott is researching the rise of populism and examining the underlying factors contributing to the rise (or otherwise) of populist movements across the world. Following Matthew's pre-election guide to the Dutch election, this short report provides an immediate post-election analysis of the results. A longer paper will be published later in the year with a more considered analysis of the voting patterns and the new coalition government.

 

 

A brief guide to the Dutch election: Will the rise of populism continue into 2017?

Monday, 13 March 2017

As part of his Senior Fellowship, Matthew Elliott is researching the rise of populism and examining the underlying factors contributing to the rise (or otherwise) of populist movements across the world. His first paper is a brief guide to the Dutch election, taking place on Wednesday 15 March. Will the rise of populism continue into 2017?

 

 

Brexit: World Trade Organisation Process and Negotiation of Free Trade Agreements

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Legatum Institute's Director of Economic Policy and Prosperity Studies and chair of our Special Trade Commission, Shanker Singham writes about best practice for the U.K. to negotiate Free Trade Agreements following Brexit in this short paper, Brexit: World Trade Organisation Process and Negotiation of Free Trade Agreements

Special Trade Commission: Brexit, Movement of Goods and the Supply Chain

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Legatum Institute Director of Economic Policy and Prosperity Studies, Shanker Singham and Senior Counsel for the Special Trade Commission, Victoria Hewson author a new Legatum Institute paper that looks at the trade opportunities for the U.K. resulting from Brexit.