UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose


IIPP Research Seminar Series 2022-23

The UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) hosts a seminar series rethinking the economy, government and policymaking, bringing together experts from across the globe to present their latest research. The series takes place across the academic year. New seminars will be announced regularly on this page in the coming weeks.

The IIPP Research Seminar Series provides a vibrant research space focused on addressing the social, technological, environmental, and economic challenges we currently face – with awareness of and attention to society’s many conflicts and inequalities. The series showcases IIPP research, engaging with academics around the globe to explore fresh and innovative ideas and solutions, utilising different tools and capabilities not only to co-create and co-shape markets but also to think beyond market principles.

Join us for our series of talks focusing on the research of experts from IIPP and beyond. Free events, Q&A to follow. The IIPP Research Seminar Series is convened by the IIPP Associate Professor in Economics Dr Carolina Alves. Upcoming seminars will be announced regularly.

Watch the 2021-22 series

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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.

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For more information about the IIPP Research Seminar Series and learn how to get involved, please contact IIPP Associate Professor in Economics, Dr Carolina Alves.

Email: carolina.alves@ucl.ac.uk