During the 2001-07 RAE period the following research income can be attributed to its members: £390,105.

EGIPP research income represented a 300% increase on the baseline of total EUROS research income for 1996-2000 inclusive (compared to a target of 25% in the RA5 of 2001). The sources included AHRC, Anglo-German Foundation, The British Academy, ESRC, European Commission, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Leverhulme Trust, Nuffield Foundation, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, and STICERD-LSE. This income has been used to fund a diverse range of national and international research projects on EGIPP-related themes.