Latest ideas and thoughts from our chief executive Matthew Taylor.
This week the RSA launches a new report examining the living standards of the self-employed. Here are eight highlights.
This week, the Bank of England confirmed what the RSA argues time and again: that most of the self-employed have made a positive choice to work for themselves
Economic power is becoming evermore concentrated among wealthy older people. For better or worse, this means more of us working to serve to the silver pound.
Small businesses are often seen as lightweight, unproductive and inefficient. That may have once been true, but are we now entering an era where small trumps big?
The self-employment boom appears to be waning. But why does nobody want to admit it?
George Osborne couldn't make our Self-employment Summit. But he made up for it by pinging over this short message to the self-employed community.
Self-employment is the economic trend that everyone is talking about. Why? Because the number of people in this line of work has grown by 30 per cent since 2000, with the result that a record 1 in 7 of the workforce now answer ...
Looking at the various election predications in terms of seats, it is entirely possible that no party will be able secure a decent majority - even in Coalition.
Have you ever heard of Pascal Gielen?
Maybe I am over-reacting but the second half of 2014 seemed to mark a growing boldness on the part of the politically ignorant to speak openly.