25 Apr 2013
RSA House, London
Professor Alison Wolf examines the social, cultural and economic impact of the rise of women in the workplace, and asks: has it created a “divided sisterhood”?
18 Apr 2013
Dr Linda Yueh, one of the world’s leading economic experts and director of the China Growth Centre at Oxford, visits the RSA to discuss China’s extraordinary economic transformation.
26 Mar 2013
Geoff Mulgan argues that the economic crisis presents a historic opportunity to choose a radically different future for capitalism, one that maximises its creative power and minimises its destructive force.
21 Mar 2013
Influential economist and president of the Institute for Liberty and Democracy Hernando de Soto explores the economic roots of the Arab Spring.
20 Mar 2013
Sir Peter Bazalgette delivers his inaugural lecture as Chair of Arts Council England, launching a new partnership with the RSA, aimed at exploring ideas for a new political economy for arts and culture in England.
07 Mar 2013
Sustainability expert Paul McMahon considers price spikes, market manipulation, land grabs and the race to control food supplies, and asks - can we feed a world of nine billion… and at what cost?
28 Feb 2013
Don Tapscott, one of the world’s leading authorities on innovation and the economic and social impact of technology, shows how new global non-state networks are offering powerful new solutions for cooperation, problem solving and governance.
21 Feb 2013
Economist and author Stewart Lansley argues that the surging income gap of recent decades has not only been socially corrosive, but is also at the roots of our national and global economic crises.
14 Feb 2013
Colin Mayer calls for a new approach to how we run companies to ensure that the corporation contributes to, rather than undermines, our economic prosperity, environmental welfare and social well-being.
10 Jan 2013
Leading environmentalist and sustainability adviser Tony Juniper argues that we must put a price on nature if we are to save it
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