Occupational regulations are holding back the economy
Christopher Snowdon quoted by the Mail Online
Syed Kamall quoted in the FT Adviser
Professor Len Shackleton writes for 1828
Writing for 1828, Len argues occupational regulation creates higher barriers to employment – especially for older workers and returners such as those with children – with it “raises prices, reduces the number of market entrants and lowers employment while showing no clear evidence of improving perceived quality of services”.
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