Reform blog (page 1 of 9)

Welcome to the new Reform blog. This section includes articles by the Reform team as well as by guest authors. Some of these pieces are written following our events, setting out the details of the discussion and the policy implications while respecting the Chatham House Rule when it applies. Many of these pieces are about our research reports, both published and forthcoming, and some provide comment on important national events, such as the Budget. We hope you find them interesting and informative. 

Andrew Haldenby
Director
Reform

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How to Run a Country: Go for Flexibility

by ZoeHoward on 29 September 2014

By Nick Bosanquet

Emeritus Professor of Health Policy, Imperial College.

Consultant Director, Reform.    

  


Failing to measure success in the Work Programme

by ClareFraser on 26 September 2014

A blog by Catherine Wyatt, intern at Reform.


Policing by contract

by ClareFraser on 26 September 2014

A blog by Annie Leigh, intern at Reform.


How to run a country

by ZoeHoward on 28 August 2014

A blog by Katy Sawyer, Researcher at Reform, following a roundtable seminar on the theme "Delivering fiscal responsibility: how to run a country" led by Richard Bacon MP, Member of the Public Accounts Committee and author of “Conundrum: Why every government gets things wrong and what we can do about it”.

 

 


How to keep a country safe

by ZoeHoward on 30 July 2014

A blog by Katy Sawyer, Researcher at Reform, following a roundtable seminar on the theme "Delivering fiscal responsibility: performance of Government Home Affairs and Justice" led by Jeremy Browne MP, Former Minister of State at the Home Office and Rt Hon Lord McNally, Chair of the Youth Justice Board.

More with less

by ClareFraser on 22 July 2014

A blog by Christopher Salmon, Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys, on how to achieve more with less in the police service.


How to run a sustainable NHS

by ThomasCawston on 27 June 2014

A blog by Camilla Hagelund, Senior Researcher at Reform, following a roundtable seminar on the theme "Delivering fiscal responsibiltiy: performance of Government in health" led by Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP, former Chairman of the Health Select Committee.


Partnerships – the key to how to run a country?

by ThomasCawston on 24 June 2014

A blog by Camilla Hagelund, Senior Researcher at Reform, following a roundtable seminar on the theme "Delivering fiscal consolidation: performance of Government in Welfare" led by Mark Hoban MP, former Minister of State for Employment.