Following on from the success of the OECD Neuroscience-inspired Policy Initiative, we have launched an expanded, multi-national and multi-organisational programme. The programme focuses on neuroscience-inspired investment and public policy innovation as the two most powerful levers for change. It brings together radically diverse stakeholders spanning fields from brain science to policy, economics and finance.
The concept of “Brain Capital” considers mental health and brain skills, including resilience, creativity and adaptability, as indispensable parts of the knowledge economy. This Brain Capital framework offers a new approach to mental health, human capital, and the economy. It delves into how the economy works and interacts bi-directionally with the human brain.