Neil Reeder is director of Head and Heart Economics, where he specialises in analysing strategy for productivity and innovation in public services.
Neil previously headed our Preventative Investment Programme, spanning agendas from public health to homelessness. A major aspect of this work included the development of the theory and practice behind Social Impact Bonds.
Neil’s career includes roles as head of analysis for the Gershon Review of efficiency in public services; adviser on service transformation at the Department for Communities and Local Government; and researcher on social value for the London School of Economics.
List of publications :
- Informing Investment in Youth Work: Measuring value and strengthening the evidence base
- Reducing crime: the case for preventative investment
- Turning the Corner: Beyond incarceration and re-offending
- Social Impact Investment: The opportunity and challenge of Social Impact Bonds
- Productivity in UK public services – what went wrong? What could go right?
- Framework of outcomes for young people