The IGP Working Paper Series presents our latest work on global prosperity, often before it appears in academic journals
Prosperity for whom?
Systemic injustice and the UK economy
Authors: Henrietta L. Moore & Katrina-Louise Moseley
Re-thinking livelihood security: why addressing the democratic deficit in economic policy-making opens up new pathways to prosperity
What is prosperity?
Fintech, remittances and migrants' prosperity: A systematic review and exploration of the Mexican case
Evaluating Deliberative Democratic Designs: Theory of Change and Citizens' Assembly Pilot in Lebanon
A Pilot Citizens' Assembly on Electricity and Energy Justice in Hamra, Lebanon
Ethnicity and prosperity in east London: How racial inequalities impact experiences of the good life
Assembling prosperity in a post-Covid United Kingdom: New approaches to levelling up
Decentralised renewable energy: a pathway to prosperity for Lebanon?
Authors: Henrietta L. Moore, Hannah Collins, Diala Makki
Universal Basic Prosperity: Sustainable prosperity for the 21st century
Towards prosperity: Reinvigorating local economies through Universal Basic Services
Rethinking prosperity: Perspectives of young people living in East London
Finance, technology & displacement: towards a research agenda
Vulnerability and Public Services in the Lebanese Context of Mass Displacement: a Literature Review
Ambivalent Lines: Ethnographic Observation Of A Household Survey In Hamra, Beirut
Identifying and understanding local priorities for developing an 'Economy of Belonging': A case study of eight areas in the UK
How effective are political cycles in the UK in the micro-level?
Europe in crisis: political trust, corruption, and austerity
Community Cryptocurrencies for Sustainable Prosperity: A case study of FairCoin
Lost in Translation? An assessment of the SDGs as a basis for private sector action: A case study of palm oil
Data Audit: Requirements for Improving Measures and Outcome Indicators in Lebanon (2018)