This workstream seeks to provide practical solutions for a moral capitalism and sustainable economy. This includes encouraging new market entry, ensuring supply chain resilience through more localised control, promoting greater diversity of business models and facilitating wider asset distribution, in order to achieve an economy based on trust and reciprocity
Current and forthcoming work will build upon the ideas outlined in our past output which have had a continuing impact on the British policy landscape. Examples of our successes in 2012 include ResPublica's report recommending a new community bond to unlock investment in infrastructure, and an ongoing series of publications on diversifying the energy market by enabling community-led projects to go to scale, the recommendations of which were reflected in a private members' bill and endorsed by Friends of the Earth. In 2013 this workstream will encompass our research on financial institutions and intermediaries, re-defining economic competition, SMEs and social enterprise, and governance prerogatives for a more responsible form of capitalism.
A high level event with the Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change, Greg Barker MP; June 2014
A new ResPublica research project
A new ResPublica research project in partnership with the ESRC
Partnership opportunities for forthcoming projects
A New ResPublica Research Project
Partnership opportunity for forthcoming publication
A new ResPublica Green Paper
ResPublica's latest essay collection 'The Virtue of Enterprise' is now available to download
A new ResPublica report
Articles and essays from our Party Conference Partners 2012
ResPublica report in association with Canary Wharf Group
Ahead the Budget announcement, ResPublica publishes seven guiding principles
New ResPublica Green Paper supported by Friends of the Earth
The launch of ResPublica's latest report, 'Market's for the Many'
New ResPublica project, 'Unlocking Finance and Investment for Community Energy', to commence January 2014
ResPublica’s Lorena Papamanci pushes for a new offer on the Living Wage
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