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Reeder, Neil (2014) New development: UK government ambitions for a preventative agenda— fact or ‘futurewash’? Public Money and Management, 34 (1). pp. 71-74. ISSN 0954-0962

Reeder, Neil (2013) What should local authorities do about the happiness debate? Guardian.

Reeder, Neil (2013) Mind the gap. Measuring Social Impact.

Reeder, Neil (2012) Same goals, lost synergies. Social Entrepreneurship.

Reeder, Neil (2012) NHS productivity: devil in the detail. Public Finance.

Reeder, Neil (2012) Doing the right thing. Public Service Magazine, Winter. p. 14. ISSN 1460-8936

Reeder, Neil (2011) What we need to improve productivity in the public sector. Guardian.

Book Section

Reeder, Neil (2013) Creating value in health care through social innovation. In: Taplin, Ruth, (ed.) Intellectual Property Valuation and Innovation: Towards Global Harmonisation. Routledge studies in the growth economies of Asia (121). Routledge, London, UK, pp. 54-72. ISBN 9780415532150

Monograph

Reeder, Neil, Jones, Gemma Rocyn, Loder, John and Colantonio, Andrea (2014) Measuring impact: preliminary insights from interviews with impact investors. . LSE Cities, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Reeder, Neil and Colantonio, Andrea (2013) Measuring impact: critical overview of concepts and practice. EIBURS Working Paper (2013/01). LSE Cities, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Reeder, Neil (2012) Reducing crime: the case for preventative investment. . The Young Foundation, London, UK.

Bethia, McNeil, Rich, Julia and Reeder, Neil (2012) Framework of outcomes for young people. . Department for Education, The Young Foundation, London, UK.

Reeder, Neil, Mulgan, Geoff, Aylott, Mhairi and Bo’sher, Luke (2012) Social impact investment: the opportunity and challenge of social impact bonds. . The Young Foundation, London, UK.

Reeder, Neil (2011) Productivity in UK public services – what went wrong? What could go right? . The Young Foundation, London, UK.

Online resource

Reeder, Neil (2014) A purely medical approach to health ignores the potential of social innovations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Feb 2014). Website.

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