Anthony Painter considers the political economy of the past two decades and considers whether we may be heading for a long stagnation and concludes that without concerted action we may be.
The social contract between citizen, state and market is failing. The challenge is to design a new social contract that enables adaptation, argues Anthony Painter.
Previously an idea very much at the margins of politics and policy debates, basic income has recently enjoyed a steep rise in popularity. But how and why has this occurred, and what has led a growing number of countries to ...
5th September 2017
The RSA welcomes the announcement of the Scottish Government that it will support and fund local Basic Income pilots.
Conversations about the future of technology are almost entirely set in the wrong direction, argues Anthony Painter.
Anthony Painter argues that the Taylor Review is the start of a fundamental shift in our national political priorities.
Alaska gives all residents over $2000 per year, no questions asked. New survey data suggests this leads to big social benefits. We should be thinking more seriously about Universal Basic Income in the UK.
New statistics show that insecure jobs in decline. But does this tell the whole story?
Following two 'nostalgic' election campaigns, Anthony Painter asks how we can begin to cultivate new bonds for our digital and divided society.
Reflecting on the growing conversation around Universal Basic Income, Jamie Cooke asks whether we will follow, or whether we are prepared to lead the agenda.