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.
We call for a movement of mass self-organising among the self-employed, and set out a number of ideas to take grassroots initiatives from the margins to the mainstream.
If the government is serious about improving the productivity, resilience and long-term financial success of the self-employed, then it must be more willing to intervene to set problems right.
We look at the emergence and impact of online craft marketplaces and consider what their growth might signal about the way business will change in the future.
Our report 'Salvation in a Start-up?' explores the factors behind the boom in self-employment and examines what life is really like for the growing numbers of people who now work for themselves.
Collective pensions provide a safer more predictable income in retirement. This report evaluates the performance of collective pensions and recommends they should become the standard in the UK.
This Manifesto for youth enterprise draws upon insights gathered through RBS Inspiring Enterprise to set out a number of practical actions for how we can develop economic growth, employment and entrepreneurship.
A new generation is placing their hopes for a better future in themselves rather than the establishment that delivered the Crash. These are the Venturists.
In this report, the authors investigate one of the radical and rapid transformations in the commercial world: the rise of digital money.
We assess how the evidence base and the policy arguments around mutualisation have evolved in recent years.