Russia Votes Last week Russia held parliamentary elections. A good starting point for academic information is the Russia Votes website. […]8 years ago
Science & Social Science
Blog posts and resources relating to the relationship between physical science and social science.
Global Aspects of Public Health: an ALISS showcase event 10 November 2011 papers On 10th November ALISS (Association of Librarians […]8 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, […]8 years ago
In a recent Miller-McCune article, Tom Jacobs reports on the findings of Missouri economist, Harvey James, which point to a […]8 years ago
Here is our weekly round up of new and interesting sites for social scientists! This week the British Library announced […]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
This summer, I have been reading one of the most impressive ethnographies that I have seen for a long time: […]9 years ago
“Its a well known fact you are not respected by your work collogues and in general just a vile rude […]9 years ago
Bahrain Human Rights Reforms. This week a commission reported into future human rights reforms in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The […]9 years ago
These major Uk government reports were released online 14-18th November 2011 Transport Committee – Tenth Report High Speed Rail HC […]9 years ago
This week 11th November marks Armistice Day. To commemorate the occasion The Imperial war Museum are launching the Faces of […]9 years ago
Originally posted to the SAGE Connection blog Last week was the ESRC’s annual festival of social science. This is the […]9 years ago