Latest ideas and thoughts from our chief executive Matthew Taylor.
30th July 2014
We need to untap people’s power to create solutions. Adam Lent argues this means making the most of the technologies and methods that are transforming our economy, and Joe Hallgarten on why the education system must strive ...
15th January 2014
Does the answer to economic and social recovery post-crash lie with cities and town halls, more than national or global corridors of power?
1st January 2014
We need to rearrange the organisations that shape our lives; Peter Senge discusses how institutions can learn to change and Anthony Painter poses some of the questions they need to ask themselves. Dan Corry argues that the ...
1st December 2013
What are the new policy debates we need to have and what is no longer working? John Kay believes universal descriptions of the world led economists to repeating mistakes. Professor Nikolas Rose says we need be careful about ...
28th October 2013
Susan Himmelweit investigates how economics and gender shape the nature of the care crisis we now face, and Onora O’Neill argues we should shift our focus from assisted dying to elder care.
18th July 2013
How do we best use and shape the spaces we inhabit?
27th March 2013
Can cities save us? This question is posed Dr Benjamin Barber, while Ian Gordon and Henry Overman ask whether London is capable of standing alone.
21st December 2012
Zygmunt Bauman argues that Europe needs a new collective identity, Matthew Taylor for a more experimental form of policymaking and Kwasi Kwarteng for politicians to be more honest with the electorate.
13th September 2012
Bernie Trilling and Charles Fadel on how technology, the move of global goods and people are changing how we live and work and Tamara Erickson on how the Millennial generation are responding.
22nd July 2012
Exploring some of the darker issues of life, Dr Kathryn Taylor argues that in order to understand cruelty, we need to do more to examine its nature, while Jake Arnott examines how our perceptions of crime are shaped by fiction ...