UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) is working closely with policymakers and business partners from around the world to explore public value driven innovation.
Mission-Oriented Innovation Network (MOIN)
MOIN brings together leading global policymaking institutions to share the challenges and opportunities they face when trying to actively create and shape markets, not only fix them. Key to this activity is understanding how to create, nurture and measure public value. The network is supported by the Rockefeller Foundation and forms a key policy engagement platform for EU Horizon2020 project on Growth Welfare Innovation Productivity (Growinpro).
"We are interested in rethinking capitalism and challenging mainstream economic belief—whose support owes more unquestioning faith than rigorous thought. We are delighted to support IIPP's work."
We hosted another series in 2019 on Innovation and the Welfare State, which included Carlota Perez, Kate Raworth, Hilary Cottam, Tom Loosemore, Lord Victor Adebowale, Madeleine Gabriel, Evgeny Morozov, Isabella de Michelis, Francesca Bria, Jaideep Gupte, Ian Hogarth and Carol Sinclair.
EIT Climate-KIC is one of the most high-profile voices in identifying and developing innovation that helps society mitigate and adapt to climate change.
IIPP and EIT Climate-KIC work together on projects based on ground-breaking, high-impact work on mission-oriented innovation, re-interpreting public value and re-directing economies towards sustainable and inclusive green economic growth.
"Joining the forces of the OECD and IIPP can create real synergies and help governments take the next step. Together, we can create tools and methods for policymakers that deliver a more inclusive and sustainable public value."