Covid-19 has exposed the cracks on which modern society and the economy has been built. It has brought into even sharper focus the need to promote inclusive and sustainable development through leveling up. Here is a collection of The Good Economy's work offering insights into what should happen next...
The Place-Based Impact Investing Project publishes eagerly awaited white paper
A "roadmap" co-written by TGE for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) has been launched to guide global real estate to understand, capture and enhance its social value
Sarah Forster says the Urban Land Institute's road map report for the global real estate industry represents an important shift in perceptions of "value" across the economy and society
Research published on the potential of "anchor institutions" in the city of Bath to rebuild local economies ravaged by the pandemic and Brexit
TGE's Mark Hepworth wins "best blog" for a piece on Kondratieff's economic waves – and what they could tell us about the shape of a Covid recovery
The UK has a collective pension pot worth over £3 trillion – and yet the vast majority of us have no idea how this money is invested on our behalf. Tony Burdon, CEO of Make My Money Matter, shares why he thinks Covid-19 will encourage us to ask what our pensions are doing
There's much talk of building back better after the economic shock of Covid-19. In this award-winning article, co-founder Mark Hepworth dusts off papers he wrote 30 years ago to get a glimpse of a better future
Sarah Forster on why ESG reporting in social housing could open up the sources of capital required to rebuild in the new normal
TGE helps lead Government research showing the public would like their investments to do good for people and planet
In partnership with the Scottish National Investment Bank we explore what impact investing means for Scotland.
The Executive Summary from our full white paper developed by The Good Economy for the Place-Based Impact Investing Project, a partnership of The Good Economy, the Impact Investing Institute and Pensions for Purpose
Joint research report with the University of Bath's Institute of Policy Research exploring the role of anchor institutions in steering the rebuild of local economies in the wake of the pandemic and Brexit
A project summary for the Place-Based Impact Investing initiative led by The Good Economy, the Impact Investing Institute and Pensions for Purpose (October 2020)