Social Progress Index

Published on January 9, 2017; Harvard Business School.  Professor Michael E Porter, Chair of the Advisory Board of the Social Progress Imperative and founder of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at the Harvard Business School, poses with Mari Jose Aranguren of Orkestra Excerpt: “The induction of Mari Jose Aranguren by Michael Porter (Professor at Harvard […]

18 Jan 2017

Translated Excerpt: “Basque Country and Madrid are the Spanish regions with a higher rate of social progress, the same level as Britain, Scotland and Luxembourg, while the worst regions classified are Andalusia, Extremadura and Castilla-La Mancha, according to the new index Regional Social Progress European Union prepared by Deloitte and Social Progress Imperative NGOs.”   […]

12 Oct 2016

Check out this deck to see some of the major findings from analysis of performance in 272 regions across the 28 Member States.

11 Oct 2016

The wealth of EU regions is “no guarantee” of social progress; European capital cities do not always deliver better social conditions for citizens than rural areas; and the EU’s new entrants are outperforming old Member States on some measures of social progress. These are the findings of the new EU Regional Social Progress Index, published today by the Social Progress Imperative.

11 Oct 2016