The 2017 Budget is another opportunity for the Chancellor to resolve the growing hole in public finances caused by the rise in atypical work.
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The RSA and Etsy are canvassing ideas for how to improve long-term savings and retirement security for the self-employed.
Algorithms in the workplace are increasingly viewed with fear and suspicion. But is this a fair portrayal?
Anthony Painter considers the political economy of the past two decades and considers whether we may be heading for a long stagnation and concludes that without concerted action we may be.
Day to day interactions underpin our national mind set. We need to take 'the economy of regard' seriously, argues Matthew Taylor.
Sarah Spargo FRSA writes about The Hoxby Collective's approach to presenteeism in the workplace, and how a flexible approach to work benefits everyone.
The government’s new Review on AI is a welcome reprieve from the excessive fear that hangs over automation. The UK could be a world leader in this technology, if only we let ourselves.
The social contract between citizen, state and market is failing. The challenge is to design a new social contract that enables adaptation, argues Anthony Painter.
Universal Credit will be a disaster for the self-employed. So why are so few people sounding the alarm?
Three months on from the launch of the Government review of Employment Practices in the Modern Economy, Matthew Taylor reflects on its impact and next steps.