29 Apr 2021
Individualism is one of the three forms of coordination - the others being hierarchy, solidarity and fatalism. This post explores individualism - what is it, how has it evolved, what are its strengths and weaknesses?
31 Mar 2021
If young people are to flourish in this new world of rapid change and insecurity, we need policies that support young people in the here and now, whilst also protecting their futures. Thinking about economic security is one way to do this.
15 Feb 2021
Fran Landreth Strong
It is clear the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting young people's economic security, which is why we’re launching a new project to understand how economic insecurity affects those aged 12-24.
Without the engagement of the insecure and the excluded we will be incapable of facing the future. We will be stuck in an ever more fraught present.
13 Jan 2021
Is economic growth always good? It's time to listen to communities.
22 Oct 2020
Covid shows us how our health and the economy are linked. Politics has been slow to catch up on the connection.
28 Jul 2020
Will the furlough scheme be able to provide a bridge beyond the pandemic to more stable economic conditions?
06 Jul 2020
A possible first step towards Basic Income.
18 May 2020
The 2017 industrial strategy may seem out of date during a pandemic. But there is much we can still learn from the strategy for how to rebuild the economy after Covid-19.
13 May 2020
Pension charges have long been hidden from customers. Hari Mann FRSA and David Pitt-Watson FRSA look back at the part the RSA has had to play in bringing about transparency and disclosure of costs.
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