Financial Risk Environmental Risk Political Risk Systemic Risk


We’re not just developing new ideas – we’re implementing them across the globe at the pace demanded by social, political, technological, and ecological change. With our partners in Bolivia, we aim to deepen our understanding of the world and ourselves, generating important new knowledge about local history and culture, and facilitates breakthrough discoveries in science and technology.

Solutions for Public Sector. Academia. Civil Society. Industry.

The GCRI provides you with risk management functionality as the base layer of decision-making towards a faster, simpler and more responsible development and revenue.

Political Risk


Political Risk Indicators provide streams associated with changes that occur within a country’s policies, business laws, or investment regulations.

Environmental Risk


Environmental Risk Indicators seek to determine what type of risks exist and then determine how to manage them in a way best-suited to achieve SDGs.

Health Risk

Health Risk indicators respond to the need for comprehensive, consistent and comparable information on health risks at global and regional levels.

Financial Risk


Financial Risk Indicators provide risk measurement and ESG methodologies, as well as practical data streams for the public sector, banks, and institutions.

Systemic Risk


Systemic Risk Indicators focus on the risk of a breakdown of a company, industry, financial system or an entire economy rather than simply the failure of individual parts.

Technology Risk

Technology Risk Indicators focus on the social implications of data and automation, producing data streams to ground informed, evidence-based public debate.
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Our Recent

Next-Gen Public Service

Accelerating the journey from theory to concepts and applications is critical to securing our world-class peer production and paving the way for more sustainable innovation. In our newly interconnected and interdependent world, most of our actions, such as producing new research, open-source software, or high-quality journalism, bring value to many others and are primary sources of innovation and wealth creation. But both markets and governments struggle to quantify the value of such actions; we often refer to this problem as a “tragedy of the commons.” GCRI aims to overcome this using QF, a new way of measuring social value.

Open Assembly

1: Submit Proposals

Quadratic Voting

2: Participate in Election

Quadratic Funding

3: Allocate Funds

Innovation Lab

4: Join Programs