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Inequality is seen as threatening the sustainability of the world economic system. But what the political leaders have not said is what they would do about it. There are repeated calls for equitable growth but little clue as to how this is to be achieved. In order to take this further, we need a wide-ranging debate about our social objectives and how they can be achieved.
In this excerpt from the event 'Inequality, Technology and Public Policy' economist Professor Sir Tony Atkinson sets out concrete policy proposals that could bring about a genuine shift in the distribution of income towards less inequality.
Leading innovation expert and former adviser to the US Secretary of State, Alec Ross visits the RSA to give an insider's perspective on the industries of the future.
In the 2015 RSA President’s Lecture Professor Sir Tony Atkinson proposes a set of optimistic and practical policy actions to reduce inequality, and shows how both government and citizens – acting individually and collectively ...
The Economist’s management editor Adrian Wooldridge examines how widespread disruption and innovation will have an impact on the future of economics and work.