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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?
01 May 2016
Anthony Painter argues that tax and welfare systems are adding to insecurity and volatility with harmful effects. Basic income is one of the policies needed to counteract this growing insecurity in work and life.
20 Apr 2016
From telecoms and retail through to airlines and accountancy, oligopolies are taking root in all corners of our economy. Isn't time we started paying attention?
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.
07 Apr 2016
The Panama Papers have highlighted the misuse of London properties as secret stores of wealth. Tony Greenham make a case that the only proper use of UK homes is for UK residents to live in.
04 Apr 2016
Democratic culture is at a low ebb and in decline – unless something changes we could pay a high price, argues Matthew Taylor.
21 Mar 2016
Hidden away in the Budget Red Book were several announcements to satisfy the self-employed
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.
18 Feb 2016
The Deane Review was our best shot in years to change the landscape of government support for the self-employed. But has the opportunity been squandered?
17 Feb 2016
In his latest blog, Matthew asks whether the gambling industry can ever tell a credible story about corporate responsibility
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