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The shortest economic suicide note in history? How the mini-budget fails to help long-run growth

The UK has recently announced tax cuts and spending increases which exceed those implemented during the pandemic. John Van Reenen believes a reckoning will be unavoidable. He writes that policies for good growth are a long slog, a marathon of difficult supply-side reforms and not a mad dash for growth.

John Van Reenen

26 September 2022

LSE Business Review

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

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