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Public Policy@Southampton to affiliate with CSaP Policy Fellowships

By Julie Cantalou |

Public Policy@Southampton is pleased to announce a new affiliation with the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) at the University of Cambridge. The affiliation to the CSaP Policy Fellowships extends the benefits of the CSaP Policy Fellowships Programme to the University of Southampton and enhances Policy Fellows’ access to world-leading read more

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How (NOT) to predict migration | Westminster Briefing

By Gareth Giles |

          How (NOT) to predict migration     Migration is a hot topic and when it comes to refugees even more so. As so often when it comes to managing controversial issues, policymakers address them by developing predictions on their future outcome. But, how reliable are read more

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Upcoming event: How (NOT) to predict migration

By Julie Cantalou |

Open a newspaper, flick onto BBC, SKY news etc, it is almost a certainty there will be at least one article that day discussing the impact of migration. This could be the Syrian refugee crisis, the exodus of Cubans to Nicaragua or the flight of migrant Mexican workers from the read more

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Engagement and evidence – the parents of innovation

By Julie Cantalou |

A famous quote attributed to Plato claims that “necessity is the mother of invention”. Although it may seem logical that economic and political crises, austerity and the digital revolution would drive innovation and reform of the public sector, this assumption is being challenged. Public Policy@Southampton founder and co-Director, Prof. Gerry read more

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