Auckland Policy Commons
By Karl Check - With the announcement that the Government will end offshore oil and gas exploration in New Zealand, and at the end of our four-yearly schooling by Australia in how to win medals, Vector’s Karl Check says parts of Australia are also making pretty...Read More
‘Holding Government to Account on Gender Equality: The experience of the UK Women’s Budget Group’ Since 1989, the UK Women’s Budget Group (WBG), a group of academics, activists and trade unionists, has tried to hold successive UK governments to account for the...Read More
By Anna Berka - Political and social science research on climate change shows some countries...
An emerging iron cage? Understanding the risks of increased use of big data applications in social policy
By Hamish Robertson and Joanne Travaglia - Big data technologies are increasingly being...
By Kevin Jenkins - Christchurch’s new sports hub Ngā Puna Wai is set to open in stages over...
Eyes are on the US and Syria, but domestic US politics is changing with implications for public policy
By Michele L. Swers at LSE US Centre - This week, the Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan (R-WI),...
22 May 4pm Lecture Theatre 201 Humanities (Building 206) 14A Symonds Street Speakers: Dr Pii-Tuulia Nikula (Eastern Institute of Technology) Lise Eriksen (Office of the Vice-Chancellor) Dr Hirini Kaa (Kaiarahi, Arts) Chip Matthews (Student Support Advisor) Please...Read More
Latest Policy POD
Alasdair Jones is an Assistant Professor in Qualitative Research Methodology at the London School of Economics, and an Associate at LSE Cities. In this episode of the Policy Pod he talks about ways of conceptualising the integration of qualitative methodologies and...Read More
The overlapping economic challenges and geo-political changes and tensions make the global economic scene riskier and more unpredictable than at any time since the late 1960s. Many of the key economic relationships that economists tended to take for granted seem to...Read More