Public Pay: Good data makes for good policy

If we are to consider public pay and private pay in the right way, we need better data on public sector pay, terms, conditions and security

18th December, 2016

Say you own a car. A nice car. It’s got four wheels, an engine, a steering wheel, and everything. I really like your car. I want to buy your car. But I want to buy it for a tenner. Will you say yes to a sale? Unless I’m blackmailing you for something, you’re probably not selling. Desperate to buy, I increase my price to one hundred euro. Still no. One thousand euro. Still no. Ten...

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