Institutional Innovation

We work with the academia, politicians, political parties, national parliaments, foundations, think thanks and international organizations to design, conduct and lead applied research and dialogue platforms to reform social, political and economic institutions.

Institutions impose elements of order in the context where they operate and they affect the distribution of preferences, incentives, and outcomes among people. A better understanding of the constraints imposed by institutions on people’s behavior and personal satisfaction can allow governments and legislatures to prioritize interventions for institutional innovation.

Our programs:

Reform of the Parliamentarian System in Portugal

Direct democracy and U.S. ballot measures studies

Mozambican migration studies

Financial decentralization in Jordan