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This page contains a PDF version of Civil Service Quarterly 14.  If you'd prefer to read the blog version of CSQ14, click here, where articles will appear in sequence over the coming weeks. The blog may be easier to read on some computers.

If you'd rather read a PDF version of Civil Service Quarterly, you can download the full July 2017 edition here, or the individual articles below:

  • Charting productivity in the UK economy, Henry Shennan and Dominic Muir, HM Treasury
  • Building our Industrial Strategy, Tom Gelderd, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
  • How do you put a value on 'natural capital'?, John Curnow, Chief Economist, Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)
  • Economics in government: more open, more diverse, more influential, Thomas Bearpark and Andrew Heron, Government Economic Service, and Ben Glover, HMRC
  • Why evaluation is GREAT, Conrad Bird, Director, GREAT campaign
  • Civil Service Live – ten years of learning, Alex Aiken, Executive Director, Government Communications
  • We’re better connected – developing a knowledge network within the Civil Service, Richard Banks, Head of the Policy Profession Support Unit, and Helen Anderson, Government Equalities Office
  • DefraLex: making legislation more accessible and transparent, Steve Darling, Head of Better Regulation at Defra
  • The Civil Service Quarterly Interview, Robert Chote, Chair of the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR)