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.
In a massive new study, we map the UK labour force according to their potential risk of COVID-19 infection.
Read our paper on the relationship between electricity consumption and working time: what effect would a 3-day weekend have on our carbon footprint?
A strategy document commissioned by the regional government of Valencia, Spain. We outline a transitional strategy to an SME-supporting, sustainable economy, complete with 32-hour working weeks.
What is self-branding? Why do we all do it and what purpose does it serve? Read our analysis of self-branding and management literature to find out.
If we were to reduce our working hours to stay within our available CO2 budget, how long would the working week have to be?
A shorter working week is not only desirable, but it is a practical response to multiple crises. Read our largest report on the issue.
Social wealth funds are part of a newly emerging economic paradigm. Here is the ‘Remodelling Capitalism’ report in full, introduced by the authors and collected together with comments from a diverse range…