George Bangham

Researcher, Resolution Foundation


George Bangham (Economics of Public Policy ’17) is an economic researcher at the Resolution Foundation, a London-based think-tank that carries out research and policy analysis to improve the living standards of people in the UK on low and middle incomes. In recent years the Foundation has been influential in advocating for a living wage and for policymakers to consider the intergenerational impact of public policy. George’s own work focuses on labour markets and social security policy, with his recent publications covering issues from working hours to tax reform.

He previously worked as a policy and public affairs officer at ACEVO, the third sector trade body.

George has a degree in History from the University of Cambridge and a Master's in Economics of Public Policy from the BSE.