Anthony Painter is the Chief Research and Impact Officer at the Royal Society of Arts, and leads the award winning Research and Impact team and its three teams focusing on economy, education, public services and communities. His own research focuses on a range of policy issues including the impact of new technology on the economy and society and institutional change. He is author of three books, most recently 'Left without a future? Social Justice in anxious times' and a number of high impact policy and research reports such as “Creative citizen, creative state: the principled and pragmatic case for a Universal Basic Income”.
Position: Chief Research and Impact Officer at the Royal Society of Arts