From carpenters to lawyers, and from beauty therapists to IT consultants, there are now close to 5 million people in the UK who count themselves as self-employed.
This final report concludes the two year Citizens Economic Council programme with five recommendations towards creating a public culture of economics
The UBOF represents a stepping stone – to be enacted now – towards Universal Basic Income and a better way of enabling citizens to live meaningful and contributory lives.
Economic insecurity is a political, economic and societal challenge that public policy must understand and address.
This report is about how best to address the growing distance between citizens and those that make economic decisions about citizens.
As the UK negotiates its future relationship with the European Union and the rest of the world, we face serious questions about the future of our food, farming and countryside.
The RSA and the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) at UCL co-hosted an exclusive retreat session at European Forum Alpbach’s Political Symposium in August 2017.
Citizens and Inclusive Growth is a discrete programme of research that looks at the role of citizens in strategies for inclusive growth.
Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the RSA, delivers his review for the Prime Minister into modern working practices.
The RSA Citizens’ Economic Council is proud to launch, in partnership with Economy, a toolkit promoting economics for everyone.