Assessing the Suitability of Crowdfunding for the Public Sector Crowdfunding has the potential to offer a new model of finance via an investment-based business model that generates social, environmental and economic returns.
The project is led by three researchers at the University of Leeds: Dr Andrew Wallace (School of Sociology and Social Policy), Dr Ornella Iuorio (School of Civil Engineering) and Dr Kate Simpson (Sustainability Research Institute) with Bauman Lyons Architects and Leeds City Council.
PROSEU is a Horizon 2020 funded project through which we are working with partners in 11 EU countries to assess new business models and innovative finance solutions for Europe's green energy transition.
Bauman Institute director Adrian Favell is the PI of a major UKRI funded project 'Northern Exposure: Race, Nation and Disaffection in "Ordinary" Towns and Cities after Brexit'. The project is part of the 'Governance after Brexit' research programme, with an ESRC funding of £750,000.