The report is now in press!
The IPSP report has been submitted to Cambridge University Press. 269 authors, 778,758 words, 2,686 pages. We extend our deepest gratitude and appreciation to everyone for your contributions, comments, and feedback.
The International Panel on Social Progress is uniting the world’s leading researchers from social sciences and the humanities in a single effort: Developing research-based, multi-disciplinary, non-partisan, action-driven solutions to the most pressing challenges of our time.
The IPSP’s partners in Uruguay are holding an event in Montevideo with the theme of basic income and social progressread more
IPSP author Andreas Peichl (Ch. 3) presented at ECFIN’s Annual Research Conference, Nov. 20.read more
On Monday, October 30, IPSP author Ravi Kanbur spoke at the University of Southern California's Price School of Public Policy. He presented the findings of Chapter 22 of the IPSP report, on the contributions of the social sciences to social progress. For more...read more
A research report by IPSP author Grace Davie (Ch. 16) explores the continuing public role of religion in Britain and around the world.
IPSP members Philippe Van Parijs (Scientific Council), Marc Fleurbaey (Steering Committee), and Andreas Peichl (Ch. 3) discuss taxation at the EU Taxation and Customs Union.
IPSP author Marc Fleurbaey (Steering Committee) speaks about inequality and social progress on Australia’s Radio National.
IPSP author Simon Schwartzman (ch. 19) speaks about education in an interview with the Brazilian Fundação Joaquim Nabuco.