We combine unparalleled analytical expertise with the ability to communicate complex ideas clearly.

We are Alma Economics.

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Our Work

Tackling difficult, important problems.

  1. How can we better understand the scope of problems facing children in England?

  2. What incentives can be used to reduce waiting times in child adoption?

  3. What progress have the nations of the Mediterranean made towards gender equality?

  4. What is the best way to increase financial literacy?

  5. How can developing countries increase tax revenues to improve sustainability? 

Our work spans several sectors and countries, focussing on some of the most critical issues facing our society today.

➜ View a selection of our recent projects:

Analytical Reviews | Policy Analysis

Monitoring & Evaluation | Forecasting & Benchmarking

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WHO we work wIth

Working with great partners.

Sound analysis is only the beginning. To have impact, it is critical to build productive relationships with people and organisations sharing our aims and values.

Our partners and clients include some of the most forward-looking and innovative organisations in the public, private and voluntary sectors in the UK and internationally.

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Who we are

Meet the team. Join the team.

Each and every one of us brings something unique to the table – a different skillset, personality, and set of experiences. Above all, however, we are a tight-knit group of people who love working together and want to make a difference.

You can find out more about some of us by clicking on the photo reel.

As our company is growing, we want to find exceptional individuals who can make us even better. If that’s you, please check out the specific vacancies below or drop us an email with your CV and ideas; we are always open to suggestions and often hire people we want to work with even when there isn’t a specific vacancy open.

➜ Our guiding principles

➜ View our current openings

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