The Bennett Institute for Public Policy and Prospect magazine are delighted to share with you the winning and runner-up essays for the Bennett Prospect Public Policy Prize 2019.
The £10,000 prize for early career policy analysts and professionals seeks to answer a critical public policy question.
In 2018/19 we asked:
“What kinds of policies will enable left behind places to catch-up?”
Moving the Knowledge Economy: Establishing a CRAFT House Network | Eric Lybeck (University of Manchester)
The case for a place-driven approach | Elena Bagnera (Centre for Public Impact)
Regionally Adjusted Domestic Product - A new statistic for seeing the shape of the economy | Edward Pemberton (University of Sheffield)
Local missions: place-based, strategic finance supporting a peripheral UK | Connor Mckenzie (MillionPlus)
The rationale for and design of the Place Premium | Jamie Thunder (WPI Economics)