We work with the public, private and voluntary sectors, including universities, think tanks, unions, national and international NGOs, companies and social enterprises. Our emphasis is on working with clients who have a strong research and evidence culture, or where there is an interest in building one. We see the research process as a collaborative one. We certainly learn from our clients and hope to leave some legacy within those organisations that will benefit them beyond the life of the project. If you think your organisation could benefit from this kind of approach, please to do get in touch.
National and international charities
“Just Economics helped us to really understand what changes we wanted to see as a result of all of the activity that we undertook in every part of our organisation and how to prove that those changes had actually taken place. For us this wasn’t about proving our worth to funders – though that helps – but about every staff member in the organisation working towards a shared vision and being able to prove that the vision could be put into action to change our customers lives.”
Just Economics has been a pleasure to work with. They have made something that orgiinally seemed quite daunting really accessible and an interesting experience. There is time taken to explain things thoroughly and a real graps of what we are trying to do here at Fifteen. On-going support and communication means that SROI is always top of our agenda"
The Jamie Oliver Foundation
We started working with the team at Just Economics over three years ago. We selected them as our strategic partner in this area as, like BT, they were hungry to find the most effective way to account for the social return on our investments. Together we have been on a journey – from the UK to sub-Saharan Africa – to assess the impact of BT’s products and services. Their commitment and dedication has never faltered and they are as challenging and inspiring today as the day we first started working with them
"Just Economics' input was invaluable and the team were involved in the planning, data collection and analysis stages. This contribution greatly increased the relevance and impact of the study and I have no hesitation to recommend this excellent team as consultants in health economics' projects'"
University College, Dublin