Is there a correlation between low-income work and housing status? Has home ownership changed the nature of class in the UK? Our new study digs into the data.
Read Autonomy’s study on the affordability of a 4 day week across the private sector in the UK. Using innovative methods, sampling 50,000 firms, we ‘stress test’ the policy.
Read our pathbreaking new report on the radical potential of wage caps. Featuring original estimations of the earnings of the very top earners.
Read our collection of papers from a range of disciplines on the digital economy and the policies required to reform it.
Read about why and how the public sector should implement shorter working weeks for staff
As the furlough scheme comes to an end, and firms across the economy continue to suffer from the effects of social distancing measures, bold economic strategies are required to support the economy…
Read our analysis of the latest data on unemployment and claimant rates in the UK.
Our new study of unemployment data finds that COVID unemployment is hitting Northern and Midlands areas hardest – with young people bearing the brunt.
In this study we have focused in on those who have arguably been worst hit by the COVID pandemic: those in care homes and the care workers who look after them.
Unpacking the COVID mortality data: what does it tell us about lockdown? New Autonomy analysis reveals where care home excess deaths are occurring and urges against lifting lockdown.