Lateral Economics

Impact area Data & Digital Rights
Geographic focus Global
Status Alumni Partner
Type Non-Profit
Lateral Economics do things differently so that their clients reap the rewards. Policy consultants and lobbyists who simply advocate their clients’ interests achieve limited results. Influencing policy outcomes requires more than advocacy. It requires an understanding of how a complex jigsaw of interests and ideas fit together. The key is understanding the goals of a business or government agency, understanding the principal drivers of policy and the public interest, and finding new ways to fit them together.

Funding details

Name
Primary impact area
Geographic focus
Year
Amount committed (US$)
Term
Lateral Economics 2014 G20 Open Data Report
Data & Digital Rights
Global
2014
65,000
1 months
Total
US$ 65,000