TweetIt is widely accepted that the allocation of limited resources for the development and conduct of science must be governed by public interest. Within the broader field of science policy, Continue Reading
TweetOn October 26, President Trump declared America’s opioid epidemic a “public health emergency.” Despite this, the administration failed to release the additional funding necessary to combat the crisis. Instead, they Continue Reading
TweetMario Battaglini is a pentalingual Sicilian with a passion for mixed-methods research. He has 5 years’ experience working in think tanks across Europe as EU public policy consultant. Winner of Continue Reading
As it’s so difficult to change behaviour by changing minds, how can we design better campaigns to reduce obesity?
Tweet It’s been almost ten years since Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler published Nudge, their seminal book distilling decades of behavioral research into straightforward ideas for policy design and application. David Continue Reading
TweetGenevieve Joy is a graduate of the LSE MPA, where she studied Public and Social Policy. She has six years of experience in research, communications and project management with a Continue Reading