Neil Reeder

Head & Heart Economics

London, UK 

 

www.headheartecon.co.uk

 

photo by Sara Haq

Smarter working in public services

In an age of austerity, making the most of tight resources is a vital challenge for public services. The reports below examine:

  • Problem-solving courts
  • Holistic action for those with personality disorders
  • Trends in preventative spend by local authorities
  • Public service productivity in the UK
  • Preventative action to reduce crime

 

 

Problem solving Family Drug and Alcohol Courts

Report for Centre for Justice Innovation co-authored with Stephen Whitehead

Holistic action for those with personality disorders

Article in journal of Personality and Mental Health is available here

Trends in expenditure on prevention by local authorities
published in Public Money & Management
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Public productivity in the UK: what went wrong? what could go right?
Productivity_in_UK_public_services.pdf
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Published by the Young Foundation in 2011, this report examines past trends and outlines possibilities for improvements in the future.

 

Reducing crime: the case for preventative investment
Reducing crime case for preventative inv
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Published by the Young Foundation in 2012, co-authored with Mhairi Aylott this report sets out the case for a tailored programme of action by local authorities and criminal justice agencies.