Working with leading politicians and policymakers around the world, IIPP are publishing a series of briefing papers on key issues facing the world on responses to COVID-19.
The UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) exists to change how public value is imagined, practiced and evaluated to tackle societal challenges. Our work equips leaders to co-design economic growth that is innovation-led, sustainable and inclusive. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic poses an unprecedented economic, social, political, and scientific challenge at a global level.
IIPP research across health policy, debt and macroeconomic policy, industrial and innovation strategy, green finance and sustainability, public sector capabilities and institutional design, and the importance of public value and market-shaping, is more relevant than ever. IIPP is working with leading politicians and policymakers around the world at the supranational, national, regional, and city levels to revive notions of public value and public purpose at the centre of political economy and policy practice.
We are publishing a series of briefing papers on key issues facing the world, which you can read below.
In addition, we are curating a new blog series on responses to COVID-19, which you can read on IIPP's Medium.