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IIPP research addresses how public value is imagined, practised and evaluated to tackle societal challenges to achieve sustainable, inclusive and innovation-led growth.

Research themes

Through our research we aim to create new economic thinking and practical tools for understanding both the rate and direction of economic growth. A key concern is how to understand the role of policy beyond simply fixing market failures, towards a more ambitious one of actively co-creating and shaping markets to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth. To do so, we tackle the relationships between economic, technological and social changes, across four cross-cutting themes: 

Rethinking Value

Challenging existing theories of value to create a new framework to understand how value can be created and shared.

Shaping Innovation

Considers how to steer scientific and technological advances to tackle societal challenges.

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Examines how we can create public purpose-driven institutions.

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Looks at developing patient, strategic finance mechanisms for sustainable, investment-led growth. 

We apply these four themes to tackle path-breaking issues. Explore all our funded research projects by research areas below:

Research projects

IIPP works closely with partners and funders on research projects which aim to encourage new thinking and debate within the above research areas.

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Publications

Our publications present IIPP research across these areas which result in new ideas about public value and public purpose.

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Contact

If you have any enquiries into research at IIPP, please contact iipp-research@ucl.ac.uk.

Join the movement. If you¬†are interested in supporting us by funding our work please contact Anjali SinghŐż(a.singh@ucl.ac.uk).

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