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Sustainable investment is good macroeconomics and fiscally prudent for the UK

In the global race for supremacy in 21st century markets, the UK must create expertise in building and deploying new energy technologies, and access the opportunities for stronger and more resilient growth that will bring. At the same time, it must reduce macroeconomic volatility and restore health to the public finances. This urgently requires political leadership, write Anna Valero and Dimitri Zenghelis.

Anna Valero and Dimitri Zenghelis

9 February 2024

Grantham Research Institute commentary

This work is published under POID and the CEP's Growth programme.

This publication comes under the following CEP theme: UK productivity and policy, Clean growth