Countries are facing an unprecedented set of political, economic, and social challenges with policies that are inadequate.
To this end, the Policy Reform Group (PRG), a politically non-aligned body, develops and advances policy proposals to enhance countries' political and economic health; present them as a basis for rational, informed, evolving debate; and contribute where possible to the vigour of that debate.
Dr John Llewellyn
Sir Jeremy Greenstock
Armstrong, Angus* Director of ESRC’s Rebuilding Macroeconomics
Barker, Kate* Taylor Wimpey plc; Man Group plc.
Bidder, Rhys** Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Gallagher, Jim** Universities of Glasgow, St Andrews and Oxford
Gretton, Paul* Visiting Fellow Crawford School of Public Policy; Australian National University.
Lautenberg, Alexis* Covington & Burling
Martin, John* UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy; Irish Government’s Labour Market Council; National Statistics Board of Ireland; IZA.
Turnbull, Lord Andrew** Former Permanent Secretary to the UK Treasury, Cabinet Secretary, and Head of the Civil Service
Vines, David* Balliol College, Oxford; Oxford Martin School; CEPR
Winters, Alan** University of Sussex; CEPR; IZA
Zenghelis, Dimitri* Cambridge University; LSE; Llewellyn Consulting
*Contributing author to Beyond Brexit: A programme for UK reform** Critical commentator to Beyond Brexit: A programme for UK reform