Gerry Holtham argues that Wales’ public institutions need to focus on effective implementation
The Potential of the Drakeford Era
Kevin Morgan considers how a Drakeford government can make a difference for Wales
Digital – a way to renew public services?
Lee Waters shares the findings and recommendations from the Welsh Government’s external digital panel
How will we ever get wealthier if we don’t own what we do?
Marc Thomas argues Wales needs to lose its reliance on the public sector to deliver real solutions for the Welsh economy
Public spending in Wales: a squeeze without end?
Eurfyl ap Gwilym and Gerry Holtham reflect on the outlook for public services in Wales
How to measure progress?
Dan Bristow discusses indicators for the Well-being of Future Generations Bill.
The business case for co-operation
Derek Walker welcomes a new report that calls for increased support for co-operatives in Wales
Feedback vital for procurement in Wales
Dermot Cahill and Ceri Evans describe a survey of Welsh companies’ experience in tendering for public sector contracts
Cost of the cuts 1: Wales dealt the toughest budget deal in the UK
Darren Williams says the notion that the private sector would plug the gap caused by the public sector’s shortfall has proved to be unrealistic