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Reports and other publications produced by the team at the Heseltine Institute.
Leadership and the hidden politics of co-produced research: a Q-methodology study
This research published in the International Journal of Social Research Methodology found four distinct viewpoints on what is 'good' leadership for co-production, with different emphases on creativity, outcomes, vision or equality.
Place-based Adult Skills and Training [PDF 2.6MB]
Report commissioned by the Local Government Association to evidence the continuing need for improved adult skills and the contribution of local government to delivering inclusive, economically relevant and place-based training.
Is Co-Production a 'Good' Concept: Three Responses
In this research published in Futures, we found that:
Accounting for Natural Capital in Cities [PDF 0.5MB]
This working paper is intended as a resource for policymakers. It summarises research by Research Associate Sawyer Phinney, which explores why and how city governments should make use of natural capital assessments in planning for sustainability and green recovery.
Bridging the community asset gap in Liverpool City Region [PDF 3.5MB]
Research findings from a project on social infrastructure and community asset provision in Liverpool City Region. The report uses innovative mapping approaches to identify social infrastructure assets and assess their accessibility to local communities, and highlights the need for an improved data ecosystem to support social infrastructure provision.
Level up, recover and deliver clean, green and inclusive growth
The final report from the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place’s Build Back Better Enquiry, on behalf of Liverpool City Region All Party Parliamentary Group, launched with a call for national government to “Level Up, Recover and Deliver Clean, Green and Inclusive Growth” for the city region.
The city conversation [PDF 5.1MB]
The City Conversation in Clubmoor project aimed to develop participatory approaches to community engagement that would lead to a better understanding of local issues and contribute to the design of more effective public services.
After COVID-19: Is Liverpool Still Beyond or Back on the Brink?
This paper is complemented by a policy briefing also written by Professor Michael Parkinson which can be accessed here.
Building a Data Ecosystem in Liverpool City Region to Unlock the Value of Big (Local) Data
Towards a Green Future for Liverpool City Region
Growth, sustainability and purpose in the community business market in the Liverpool City Region
Produced by the Hesletine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place at the University of Liverpool and Seebohm Hill Ltd.
‘National’ Spatial Strategies in an Age of Inequality
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