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01 Sep 2016
Small businesses don't want sweeping tax cuts and special favours. They want a tax system that is clear, fair and progressive. Here are 5 ideas to get us started.
18 Aug 2016
The RSA and Crunch are undertaking an entrepreneurial audit to deepen our understanding of what works in supporting the self-employed and micro-businesses.
14 Jul 2016
The work-place is increasingly harmful to well-being, security and individual control and agency. We need some radical new thinking, argues Anthony Painter.
13 Jul 2016
Reema Patel, programme manager in the Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing team, presents five policy questions raised by May’s pledge to introduce worker representation on company boards and argues there's a need for a broader vision for better industrial relations in the UK economy.
05 Jun 2016
Small businesses are the life and soul of communities but with frequent rent hikes and the expansion of chain brands, they often struggle to survive. The East End Trades Guild is working to change their fate.
04 May 2016
A new book by Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams calls for mass automation and the end of work. But is this a time-wasting thought exercise?
13 Apr 2016
Gig work in the sharing economy is on the rise. Brhmie Balaram offers a guide to the debate about whether this trend is something we should be excited by or alarmed about.
21 Mar 2016
Hidden away in the Budget Red Book were several announcements to satisfy the self-employed
17 Mar 2016
Reflections from FRSA Peredur Williams on his rapid engagement with RSA Fellowship and how one event led to impact
02 Mar 2016
The RSA was asked to present evidence to the BIS Select Committee last week as part of the government’s inquiry into the digital economy. Brhmie Balaram gives her top five takeaways.
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