The fourth Birmingham Policy Commission is exploring dimensions of the distribution of wealth in the UK, reviewing existing knowledge on wealth inequality, and questioning the extent to which inequality of wealth is a problem
Read about the background and context for the Commission
Find out who the Commissioners are
The Policy Commission on Wealth was launched at the Conservative Party Conference on 9th October 2012
Public Debates about the Distribution of Wealth
16th May 2013, Westminster
16.30 - 18.00
A public debate will be held in in London will test key Policy Commission findings and recommendations, focussing on national policy questions.
Places are limited. Please contact Sonia Large if you would like to register to attend.
9th June 2013, University of Birmingham
14.00 - 15.00
On Sunday 9th June, the Commission is hosting a public debate about wealth at the University's Community Open Day. Lively discussions will cover issues including taxation, the deserving and undeserving wealthy and incentives for entrepreneurs
The Centre for Household Assets and Savings Management, researches the role of assets in people's lives.