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Miatta Fahnbulleh

Group Chief ExecutiveNew Economics Foundation Miatta has a wealth of experience in developing and delivering policy to empower communities and change people’s lives. She has been at the forefront of generating new ideas on reshaping our economy inside government and… Read more »


Christian Jaccarini

Consultant T: +44(0)207 820 6316 E: christian.jaccarini@nefconsulting.com Christian has experience in socio-economic research, macroeconomic forecasting, and policy analysis. An economist by training, Christian has worked with a range of quantitative tools, including input-output modelling and econometrics. Before joining NEF Consulting,… Read more »


GLA Social Integration Design Lab

Invitation to local authorities in London In partnership with Snook and London Metropolitan University, NEF Consulting has been commissioned to design and deliver the Social Integration Design Lab as part of All of Us: The Mayor’s Strategy for Social Integration and… Read more »


FareShare

FareShare commissioned NEF Consulting to establish a monetary value for the socio-economic impact of  the redistribution of surplus food to frontline charities and community groups. These include homeless hostels, breakfast clubs, lunch clubs, day centres, community cafés and more. FareShare… Read more »


How much is a human life worth?

Monetisation and Social Return on Investment (SROI) AUTHOR: Sarah Arnold Sarah is the trainer for our two-day SROI training course and here introduces an article she co-authored with other SROI experts.  You might think it impossible to put a pound sign on… Read more »


The road to prosperity?

Transport Fit for Future Generations

Why extending the M4 is not the way AUTHOR: Alex Chapman, Consultant, NEF Consulting If governments took decisions on infrastructure based on making people, communities and the environment healthier, how would they look? What demands would we make of them?… Read more »


A tale of three fisheries

Coastal communities throughout the UK are, as a group, struggling more than others over a number of social and economic issues from unemployment and educational underachievement to lower health and wellbeing. This is despite the fact that they are located… Read more »