Michelle Miller, co-founder of Coworker.org, asks what the union of the future will look like.
Chelsea Barabas of MIT Media Lab’s Digital Currency Initiative examines the future of workforce development and educational credentials.
Denise Cheng, affiliate researcher at MIT’s Center for Civic Media, looks at barriers to growth in the sharing economy.
John Zysman of U.C. Berkeley and Martin Kenney of U.C. Davis examine where work will come from in the era of big data and cloud service.
Richard Swart of U.C. Berkeley looks at challenges in access to capital for startups.
Bo Cutter, director of the Next American Economy project, provides an overview of the “good economy” of 2040.
Julia Root of NYU’s Governance Lab explores how cities will become urban platforms for innovation.
Guided by the belief that we are in the midst of an economic transformation on par with the Industrial Revolution, the Roosevelt Institute’s Next American Economy project identifies the trends and challenges that will shape our economy in the next 25 years in order to better inform the policy decisions we must make today. We
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Social Reparations: Re-Allocating Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Profits Toward Sexual Assault Care
Roosevelt @ George Mason’s Emma Copeland and Taylor Pigram wrote a 10 Ideas policy to advocate for the Virginia ABC to allocate 20% of it’s annual profits to sexual assault care. Read an excerpt below and download the full proposal using the download link at the top of the page: Because one in five women