In June 2011, I was lucky enough to deliver the inaugural LSE Big Questions Lecture. I chose to lecture on […]9 years ago
Blog posts and resources demonstrating the impact of the social and behavioral sciences in policy , society and academe.
The ponderousness, and consequent unnecessary expense, of many legal processes was brought home to me yet again with my recent […]9 years ago
Economics blogs impact positively on paper downloads and professional reputation : stand to exert an influence on policy.
With large impacts on dissemination of research and significant benefits in terms of individual reputations, David McKenzie and Berk Özler, […]9 years ago
In 2011 the Science and Technology Select Committee published the report Scientific advice and evidence in emergencies, examining the role […]9 years ago
Here’s a quick link to the recently launched ESRC video, ‘Celebrating the social sciences’9 years ago
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games piquing the public’s interest in sport, the publication of Making the Case for the […]9 years ago
“Learning to Be Illegal: Undocumented Youth and Shifting Legal Contexts in the Transition to Adulthood,” published in the August 2011 […]9 years ago
Some labor unions actively involve their members, including those who are immigrants, in workplace and political campaigns. How does this […]9 years ago
Eduardo de la Fuente writes in ‘The Australian’ that WH Auden might have got it right when he quipped that […]9 years ago
Stephen Curry writes on the LSE Impact Blog that the growth of academic blogging is an important new outlet for […]9 years ago
The fifth issue, on Sport and Leisure, will be launched as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science on 1st […]9 years ago
Re-posted from the Campaign for the Social Sciences The social sciences are vital in understanding the social world but unlike […]9 years ago