1. How distinctive is Britain’s experience in terms of inequality and living standards? Was pre-crisis stagnation a sign of things to come?
2. How are labour market changes, linked with technology and globalisation, driving trends in middle and below incomes from work, and what role does income from capital play?
3. How might pre-distribution of market income and redistribution via taxes and transfers deliver more effectively for middle and below households?
4. What are the long-term/intergenerational threats from increasing inequality and stagnating living standards and how can they be averted?
5. What are the growth models that have been successful in securing rising prosperity for middle and below households and what policies and institutional structures have supported such growth models?
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