While a fellow at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research I became involved with an interesting and worthwhile project organized under the auspices of Llewellyn Consulting and Gatehouse Advisory Partners. This entailed the publication of a collection of brief essays, on important areas of policy that require re-thinking in the coming years, partly, but not exclusively motivated by Brexit. Each chapter was written by an eminent subject expert and received coverage in The Guardian, The Telegraph and The Sunday Times. Many of the contributors now collaborate under the banner of The Policy Reform Group.
While at the SF Fed I produced various "economic letters" intended for the broader public, explaining various economic concepts or the thrust of my own papers in less technical, more accessible form: