The RSA put forward a proposition of the creation of a Universal Basic Opportunity Fund as a way to address the problem of economic insecurity.
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This discussion paper from IPPR argues that public policy should seek to accelerate automation to reap the productivity benefits, while building new institutions to ensure the dividends of technological change are broadly shared.
PwC provides an international analysis of the potential long term impact of automation in this report.
The RSA set out seven portraits of economic security and modern work in the UK in this report.
Stephen Clarke and George Bangham of the Resolution Foundation investigate the idea that the UK is experiencing a 'hollowing' out of the pay distribution as offshoring and automation diminish the number of mid-paid jobs.
This report from CBI and Pertemps shares the findings of a survey of businesses in the UK, looking at the employment trends of the future.
This Future of Work Commission report, launched by Labour MP Tom Watson, delves into how the UK can deal with the new technological revolution.
The Work and Pensions Committee and the BEIS Committee have published a joint report which reflects on the Taylor Review and sets out how they believe the employment framework should be amended to reflect and support the modern world of work.
Pearson teamed up with researchers from Nesta and the Oxford Martin School to build a research project that moves the conversation about the future of work past automation and predicts the demand for work and skills in the US and UK economies in 2030.
Dr Luke Martinelli of the University of Bath investigates the reasons behind the rise of Universal Basic Income.