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Brhmie Balaram

Brhmie Balaram

Associate Director, Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing (family leave)

Brhmie is a Senior Researcher in the RSA’s Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing team.

Her research focuses on the social and economic impact of technology. She leads the RSA’s research on the ‘sharing economy’, the ‘gig economy’, and the ethics of artificial intelligence. She is currently the programme manager for the RSA’s Forum for Ethical AI, which is engaging citizens in a deliberative dialogue about the use of AI for decision-making. Brhmie was previously a researcher for the Independent Review of the Police Federation and for the influential City Growth Commission. She has experience exploring issues of institutional reform, economic inequality and labour market disadvantage. Brhmie joined the RSA from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) and was formerly at The Work Foundation.

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