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Newly launched Green Book Supplementary Guidance recommends Simetrica-Jacobs income coefficient to measure life satisfaction
Helen Dunn, Director of Policy & Analysis, Simetrica-Jacobs Last week, HM Treasury published new Green Book Supplementary Guidance on Wellbeing Guidance for Appraisal. It marks
The Cultural and Heritage Capital Framework: A major contribution of new guidance, evidence and research on the economic value of culture and heritage
Everton commissioned Simetrica to assess and value the programmes outcomes using the Sport Value Bank tool, making use of data on three key target outcomes: preventing reoffending, improved motivation and training.
Feeling a little out of sorts? A bit low? You’re certainly not alone. Across the board, the Covid-19 pandemic, and return to the ‘new normal’ of Lockdown#2 has affected all walks of life.
An interview with Daniel Fujiwara Dr Mary-Kathryn Adams, Head of Strategy, Simetrica-Jacobs To coincide with the publication of the white paper Before and Beyond the
Simetrica-Jacobs was commissioned to conduct a five-year qualitative and quantitative evaluation of a major girls’ educational project in Ethiopia, provided by the UK charity ChildHope and funded by the Department
Simetrica-Jacobs were commissioned by Siemens to design an evaluation programme for the range of interventions that Siemens fund to encourage school students – in particular female students