Previous work


"I really enjoyed working with Just Economics. They were responsive to our needs, were flexible and presented complex ideas in an interesting way. I look forward to working with them again in the future."


Emma Blackmore, International Institute for the Environment and Development



Click on the logos below to see some examples of our previous work. 


Government Digital Service launches report on developing an outcomes framework for digital exclusion group developed by Just Economics

An impact report for the Social Stock Exchange on one of its investees: Golden Lane Housing

                 We have been working with the Scottish Government's digital participation team since 2016 to                      measure the impact of technology enabled care on outcomes for older people and people with                      disabilities in Scotland. This two year evaluation will complete in 2017. To date, we have                                 conducted a literature review published by the Carnegie Trust

We have worked with BT on measuring the impact of their social programmes since 2013. In that time, we have produced four reports. These have included an analysis of the the value to new users of going online and a study of the impact of a programme to reduce digital exclusion in the UK. In addition, we have supported them to understand the impact of their investments in Africa. This has included a report on the value of providing broadband to villages in Africa and a report that is forthcoming in 2017 on an investment in healthcare management system. 



             Just Economics contributed to the economic evaluation of a UCD research report on missed care               in community nursing. 

A report on the commercial benefits of investment in walking and the public realm

     We worked with the Good Things Foundation in 2015 and 2016 on two reports. The first was an        SROI report of the UK Online Centres approach and the second was a review of the impact that        these centres have on progression to further education for disadvantaged groups. 

A report on the mental health of children in care and secure care settings in Ireland

An SROI analysis of Emmaus Communities UK 2011/12

A review of the use and implementation of principles for socially responsible investment




A economic appraisal of the youngballymun early intervention initiative commissioned by the National University of Ireland, Maynooth

Economic analysis carried out for an evaluation of Project Futsal

An SROI analysis of Fifteen London for the Jamie Oliver Foundation. A full version of the report is available here



A report that compares the social, economic and environmental outcomes from the UK's rail system with those from other European countries



A report on the potential that financial transaction taxes have in developing countries to raise revenue to fund global public goods

An SROI analysis of the Football Foundation's 'Extra Time' programme



An SROI analysis of the Bookstart England programme 2009/10