Ipsos MORI is one of the leading political, social and business research companies in the UK and Ireland. We produce many reports and thought pieces which review our research and thinking across a broad range of topics.
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Briefing 1: People Management During the Recession
2 April 2009
Reduce costs. Improve performance. Communicate what’s happening. Look after the survivors. People management during the recession presents a whole new set of issues for organisations, particularly those which are used to growing and feeling successful.
Disabled People and financial wellbeing
5 August 2013
Set against a context of cuts in public expenditure as well as an extensive programme of welfare reform, Ipsos MORI, on behalf of Scope, conducted an extensive research study exploring the issues of financial inclusion for disabled people.
Market Access Article
1 April 2009
Understanding market access means considering the interaction and 'balance of influence' of each stakeholder group to identify and address the opportunities and risks.
New world of risk: change for good
7 July 2014
This report by Ipsos MORI and Zurich Municipal captures opinion and perceptions of the risk landscape facing local government from three perspectives.
Road to Inclusion
17 October 2013
This study – both quantitative and qualitative – looks at the financially ‘excluded’ and ‘underserved’ across Europe.
The 2013 Lloyd’s Risk Index
11 July 2013
The Lloyd’s Risk Index 2013 is based on a global survey of over 500 C-suite and board level executives conducted by Ipsos MORI for Lloyd’s during April and May 2013.
The State of the State 2013
11 September 2013
Deloitte commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct research among local public service leaders, as part of compiling the evidence base for its new report, The State of the State 2013.
Users of Social Care Personal Budgets
22 September 2011
This report presents the findings from a qualitative research study commissioned by the National Audit Office to examine the users’ experiences with personal budgets in adult social care.