The IWA’s Economic Policy Lead Harry Thompson examines the 2022 Spring Statement.
Mae the welsh agenda yn gylchgrawn Saesneg sydd yn cael ei hariannu gan Gyngor Llyfrau Cymru. Mae erthyglau’r cylchgrawn yn Saesneg ond mae’r tudalennau am waith y Sefydliad Materion Cymraeg ar gael yn ddwyieithog.
REPORT: What Does Levelling Up Mean for Wales?
The IWA has just published a new report warning about the negative impact of the UK Government’s ‘Levelling Up’ agenda on Welsh councils.
Is the Climate Crisis Forcing us to Rethink the Welsh Tourism Industry?
Dr Jeanette Reis and Louise Dixey call for a rethink of the impact of tourism and its role in carbon reduction.
Tourism: How Can Wales Perform Better?
Ant Pickles argues that Wales needs to adapt if it it to make the most of a currently untapped resource: international tourism.
Why the NHS is Fundamental to Economic and Social Recovery
Following the UK Government Budget and Spending Review, and as scrutiny of the Welsh Government draft budget 2022-23 continues in
The Green Skills Challenge
Danielle Bragg considers why the industrial decarbonisation of South Wales provides the optimal scenario to develop green skills.
IWA ANALYSIS: Budget and Spending Review – Five Key Takeaways
Dr Jack Watkins offers an analysis of the UK Government’s 2021 Budget announcements and its impact on Wales.
LONG READ: From a Welsh Economy to an Economy for Wales: Thinking about an independent Wales
Dr Edward Jones and Dr Brian Jones articulate their vision of an economy for Wales.
IWA View: No Country for Young Folks: Looking for the Full Picture of the Welsh ‘Brain Drain’
Dr Jack Watkins from the IWA explores the realities of the ‘Brain Drain’ – and asks how Wales can be a good place to live for young poeple.