City AM, 22 January 2018

Alexander Hitchcock, Research Manager at Reform, wrote an article in City AM exploring the recent debate on how public services are funded and delivered, in light of Carillion’s collapse.

“Policymakers should recognise that business incentives are part of public services. Combining a public sector “ethos” with business nous can help deliver the best services for the lowest cost. All organisations need to be set up to thrive. If profit-making improves outcomes, it should not be snubbed no matter where politicians stand on the political divide.”

Read the full article here.