Month: May 2016

Syrian refugees in Budapest

Sometimes a Nudge is as Good as a Wink

When it comes to many of the big decisions faced by governments – and the private sector – behavioral science has more to offer than simple nudges.

7 years ago

The UK’s HE Landscape in the Wake of ‘Knowledge Economy’

The new government report ‘Succeeding as a Knowledge Economy’ takes forward most of the ideas about improving teaching at Britain institutions of higher education already found in a green paper published in November 2015. So what does this new report tell us about the future?

7 years ago
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ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize 2016 Shortlist Announced

Now in its fourth year, the ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize recognizes the work conducted by researchers funded by Britain’s Economic and Social Research Council who achieve outstanding economic and societal impacts.

7 years ago