Antony Mason sings the praises of the first of this year’s Reith Lectures by Professor Niall Ferguson, which vividly draws attention to the intergenerational injustice embedded in today’s financial crisis
David Kingman reports on the launch of IF’s Intergenerational Fairness Index, which assesses how intergenerational unfairness has worsened in the UK during the last 20 years
David Kingman announces the launch of an exciting new website for people interested in pensions by John Ralfe Consulting
David Kingman was present as the ONS officially announced the UK’s full pension liabilities for the first time at the Royal Statistical Society on 27 April
David Kingman explores Alex Salmond’s recent proposal to create a sovereign wealth fund for future generations if Scotland becomes independent
Antony Mason encourages all readers to look at an extraordinary revelation: through an oversight, increased tuition fees could cost the government an extra £2.2 billion a year.
Angus Hanton reports on the recent launch of Dr Rupert Read’s “Guardians of the Future” paper at the House of Commons
Antony Mason is concerned that the government’s current plans for universities are deeply flawed, will damage a key sector of the economy – and won’t even reduce the deficit. And it’s the next generation that will have to foot the bill.
Angus Hanton shows how the cake analogy is a useful way of seeing the difficulties of apportioning the burden of intergenerational legacies, such as carbon emissions
Angus Hanton points to the negative intergenerational implications in four key areas of government policy