Future tax challenges in an AI-driven economy

Artificial intelligence and automation have implications for tax policy. Spencer Bastani and Daniel Waldenström discuss how the economic impact of new technologies is relevant to the taxation of labour and capital


Why are organisational cover-ups so common?

Why do we keep seeing cover-ups in organisations and institutions? Anthony Montgomery argues that in a corporate environment, protecting the institution feels like the right thing to do


Bridging the innovation gap

Andrés Rodríguez-Pose and Zhuoying You show how artificial intelligence and robotics present a potential solution to the innovation gap problem for cities in China


AI to rescue the lost generation

The UK has nearly 9 million people who are economically inactive. Jonathan Sharp discusses how AI technology can play a pivotal role in providing innovative solutions to help get people back into the workplace


Heat stress at work

There are significant consequences of climate change for public health. Aude Cefaliello argues that intense heat is not just a hot topic but a political emergency and we must rethink how work is organised


Should AI stay or should AI go?

There is considerable disagreement about the growth potential of AI. Francesco Filippucci, Peter Gal, Cecilia Jona-Lasinio, Alvaro Leandro and Giuseppe Nicoletti argue that the promises and perils of AI-related economic growth is dependent on domestic and global governance issues