The Roosevelt Institute and the Kauffman Foundation have jointly released a new e-book, The Good Economy, co-written by Roosevelt Senior Fellow Bo Cutter, Kauffman Vice President Dane Stangler, and Council on Foreign Relations Adjunct Senior Fellow Robert Litan. The book, which explores different economic futures facing the United States, offers a corrective to much of today’s
The American Genius looked at how the gig economy is going to change the overall economy in the years to come and cited Roosevelt’s Next American Economy project in it’s analysis. According to a new report by the Roosevelt Institute and the Kauffman Foundation, our economy will be “scarcely recognizable” in 25 years. Read Workers
In the final installment of our “Good Economy of 2040” video series, we hear from Natalie Foster, co-founder of Peers.org and Rebuild the Dream. In order to ensure a good economy in 25 years, Foster would reimagine the safety net for the 21st century. “It’s important that we stop thinking about jobs and start talking
This week, Marina Gorbis from the Institute for the Future presents her idea on the best way to ensure a good economy in 25 years: Let’s get money out of politics. “We need to get money out of politics. Unless we do that, it will be hard to work on any other issue. It’s a
Fast Company uses Roosevelt’s Next American Economy project to take a look at how freelancers are going to change the economy by 2040. As the project participants have found: In the next economy, work may be more lucrative and fulfilling, but the idea that you’ll be professionally rewarded because you’ve been loyal to a company
Series Examines Questions About the Sharing Economy, Big Data, Urban Platforms, Future of Unions, Education, and More New York—The Roosevelt Institute today announced the publication of a series of thought briefs envisioning how the United States’ economy will evolve over the next 25 years. The briefs, released by Roosevelt’s Next American Economy project, are the
Roisin Ellison and Joe Hallgarten of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts call for a new model of education that emphasizes creativity.
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.