SROI and Value for Money (VFM)

Applying a variety of economic methodologies such as Social Return on Investment (SROI).

At Just Economics we have supported the development of the SROI methodology and have been applying it to a range of social issues over the past decade. This has included co-authoring the official Cabinet Office guidance on SROI and providing assurance and methodology support to Social Value UK. We have a bespoke approach to conducting SROI and tailor each analysis to the research aims and data availability.

We also work with wider economic methodologies. This can include more generic value for money studies or valuing the social, environmental or economic costs of a good or service. 

“Just Economics had a thoughtful and carefully-planned approach to SROI, taking the time to consult us and make adjustments where required. They collated data from a wide range of stakeholders to develop a model that provided clear and comprehensive evidence of the impact of digital skills programmes for socially excluded people.”

The Good Things Foundation

Focus areas

  • Children and young people

  • Climate change and environment

  • Housing and homelessness

  • Health, disability and wellbeing

  • Technology

  • Education, employment and economic development

  • Poverty

  • International development

  • Gender

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