Dr. Henry Kippin
Henry Kippin is the Commission Manager to the Commission on 2020 Public Services.
Henry's role is to project manage the Commission’s work programme, develop its engagement with citizens and other stakeholders, and help to shape and capture the Commission’s emergent narrative. Henry has a PhD in politics from the University of Sheffield, and is a fellow of the Political Economy Research Centre (PERC) at the University. He has recently led a research project on flexicurity and unemployment in the UK at the Social Market Foundation, where he is also an associate fellow. Prior to this he was head of research at AfDevInfo, working on analysis into African and international politics and development.
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COPD: Cautiously Optimistic about Payment on Delivery
About 15% of people my age have a long term condition. A little over two years ago I developed COPD: Cautiously Optimistic about Payment on Delivery, and have been unable to rid myself of the affliction. Thus having published Better Outcomes, a report exploring the what, where and why of payment-by-outcome, I and several colleagues ... more »
the condition of conditionality
Interesting contrast in a couple of news stories coming from the states in the last few days. On the one hand, portents in the Guardian of a difficult 2 years for President Obama in the face of a Republican controlled Congress. On the other, a piece in the New York Times on falling inequality in ... more »
Local Identity – the photographic evidence?
Last night I was speaking at the mining institute in Newcastle at a roundtable discussing themes from LOCAL – a book my Dad and I published recently. The book is a mix of photography (based on an artist-in-residence period at Cumbria County Council), and text (an essay on local politics & identity), and the roundtable ... more »