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03 Jul 2015
Entrepreneurship is presented as a way for people to escape poverty and rise from rags to riches. But the truth is that business is still the preserve of the privileged.
29 Jun 2015
Has the US lost its accolade as the most entrepreneurial nation? Not yet, suggests new data.
26 Jun 2015
The recent RSA research into micro-businesses has highlighted the potential for self-employed individuals and very small companies to be innovators, bringing new ideas to market.
12 Jun 2015
Micro businesses have been painted as lightweight, inefficient and an overall drain on our economy. But our research suggests these fears are unfounded.
29 May 2015
Managing money well is an important part of our wellbeing, but is an area in which many of us struggle. We’ve identified six ‘behavioural hurdles’ that are particularly problematic for financial capability.
20 May 2015
In my latest blog on policy approaches to spreading capital, I discuss the idea of unconditional ‘capital grants’ - in other words lump sums of money given to all in recognition of their common status as citizens.
14 May 2015
Anthony Painter explains the key research and findings of our first Power to Create paper - The new digital learning age: how we can enable social mobility through technology.
12 May 2015
Bogus self-employment is spreading. So why are few people talking about it?
27 Apr 2015
Sovereign wealth funds should be replaced by more democratic 'community funds' - large pools of wealth managed in the public-interest and used as vehicles to distribute the gains of capital more widely than is currently the case.
09 Apr 2015
Microbusinesses are booming in number. But is this a good or bad thing for the UK economy?
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