In a new work stream, IF is starting to think about how intergenerational fairness is playing out in the workplace. Phil Radcliff, ex-global Human Resources Director and IF volunteer, looks at the failures of the current apprenticeship system, which was meant to deliver better prospects for both young people and business
Arguments that automation will devastate the job market for future generations are often casually pushed aside as unduly pessimistic, says Antony Mason. But when this is cited by the Governor of the Bank of England as a genuine threat, we really should sit up and take some notice
Jo Johnson, the Minister of State for Universities and Science, has quietly announced the completion of the sale of the 2002–2006 student loan book. Liz Emerson, IF Co-founder, investigates
With the government seemingly committed to increasing participation in higher education, IF summer Intern, Rohin Burney O’Dowd, looks to Germany for answers.
Child poverty is a rapidly growing problem in the UK, and some new evidence has shown how damaging it is for children’s long-term outcomes. David Kingman explains
Recent research into the future of job automation has intergenerational implications. David Kingman reports
David Kingman analyses the conclusions of the Taylor Review, which looked at changing employment practices