Hilary Cooper is an economic consultant, researcher and writer. A former government economist and senior policymaker, she has extensive experience of policy development and delivery both nationally and regionally. Her areas of expertise include labour markets, gender and intergenerational inequalities and the economic and social impacts of increased longevity. She is the joint winner of the IPPR Economics Prize.
Published in: ourEconomyIncentivising an ethical economics
History shows that when the wealthy are incentivised to contribute to the population’s basic needs, everybody wins.