"INRAP brings together for the first time, academics, policymakers, research centres and networks, working within the broad area of 'asset-based' policies."
What is INRAP?
The International Network for Research on Asset Policies (INRAP) aims to bring together researchers in academia, policy and practice, working in, or with an interest in, personal assets.
Our definition of 'assets' is quite broad, encompassing housing, pensions, and financial savings. We are also interested in wealth taxation.
We believe INRAP is timely given the pressure on national governments that have 'experimented' in developing 'asset-based' policies and are under pressure to reduce public spending.
INRAP is based within the Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM). CHASM is a research centre based jointly in the School of Social Policy and the Birmingham Business School.
Find out more about the work of CHASM
If you would like further information or have any queries about the International Network for Research on Asset Policies (INRAP), please get in touch:
Dr Ricky Joseph
University of Birmingham
Tel: +44(0)121 414 7233
Aims of INRAP and how it works
INRAP aims to create a 'virtual network' with access to an online database of experts. This will provide an easy-to-use mechanism to identify potential partners across a wide range of activities.
Publicise your research, policy and practice publications to an interested audience around the world.
Find out about other people's research
Facilitate discussion about asset policies around the world
Identify partners for research collaboration nationally and internationally
Identify partners for publications
Promote relevant events and activities
Network with other members across different fields
How to join INRAP
Register as an expert by completing our Online Form.
Find out about others in the field in our searchable 'Find an expert' section.
Join our JISCmail group to post information about your research, take part in discussions, provide opportunities to promote your events and research etc.