RSA Event / Video / Online
23 Feb 2023
Paul Johnson, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, follows the £1 trillion it now costs to run the UK economy, exploring where the money comes from, how it’s spent and what reforms might be needed to prepare for future challenges.
26 Jan 2023
Diplomacy often takes place behind closed doors, but what does this vital role really look like in today’s world? Baroness Catherine Ashton reflects on her time as the EU’s first High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.
23 Nov 2022
Harvard economist Professor Raj Chetty and Lucy Makinson, Behavioural Insights Team discuss how connectivity, social cohesion and civic engagement can play a role in shaping income equality and economic opportunity.
14 Jul 2022
Campaigner and monetary anthropologist Brett Scott explores the realities of a cashless society – how it works, who stands to gain, who will get left behind and what this future means for data privacy.
03 Mar 2022
How should we understand the turbulent age we’re living through? Professor Helen Thompson examines the geopolitical, domestic, and economic histories of the current moment, and what we can learn from the challenges of today.
24 Feb 2022
What could help those worst hit in economically difficult times? As the cost of living crisis tightens its grip on the nation, a panel discusses the mounting pressures on financially insecure young people.
03 Feb 2022
How must economics adapt to meet the challenges of today – and tomorrow? Professor Diane Coyle lays out a vision for economics fit for the twenty-first century and digital economy.
04 Nov 2021
Historian Adam Tooze and political economist Helen Thompson lay bare the economic impact of the pandemic and explore how we can apply the lessons we’ve learned from the past 18 months to the challenges ahead.
RSA Event / Video
29 Sep 2021
Michel Barnier, Chief Negotiator for the EU in the Brexit talks, visits the RSA to reveal insights from the negotiations and to share his perspective on a new chapter in EU-UK relations.
23 Sep 2021
Renowned academic economists Michael Hudson and Thomas Piketty meet on the first anniversary of David Graeber’s death to debate the most serious problems facing today’s finance-capital economies - and what to do about them.
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