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Abhinay Muthoo and Siobhan Benita discuss Brexit strategy

The clock is ticking for the UK to negotiate a Brexit deal. Professor Abhinay Muthoo and Siobhan Benita discuss strategy and credibility in an article for The Conversation. Read the article 'Game Theory experts: credibility is key for a successful 'no deal' Brexit strategy

Thu 19 October 2017, 10:52 | Tags: Warwick Policy Lab, Warwick In London, brexit, game theory

Siobhan Benita writes about women in the Civil Service and the need for quotas


Progress on gender diversity in UK, EU and G20 public service leadership has been too slow. Looking to Mexico and France for inspiration, Siobhan argues that Whitehall needs quotas. Read the article here.

Fri 29 September 2017, 10:51 | Tags: Warwick Policy Lab, Staff, Warwick In London, Gender

Thiemo Fetzer's Blog on Youth Turnout in the 2017 General Election

Thiemo Fetzer, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and Research Associate for the Warwick Policy Lab has published a blog on Youth Turnout in the 2017 General Election. Versions of this blog post have appeared in the British Politics and Policy Blog and the Institute for New Economic Thinking Blog and it was co published with LSE UK Politics blog and with Institute for New Economic Thinking. The blog can be read here.

Thu 15 June 2017, 17:14 | Tags: Warwick Policy Lab

Warwick in London hosts Whitehall and Industry Group (WIG) breakfast briefing

On Wednesday 15 March, Warwick in London was delighted to host a WIG breakfast briefing given by Professor Dame Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer for England. After a welcome from Professor Abhinay Muthoo, the Dean of Warwick in London, Dame Sally gave a presentation on the subject of "Health at Work" to an audience of people from the private and public sector, including several colleagues from Warwick's Medical School.

Wed 15 March 2017, 12:46 | Tags: Warwick Policy Lab

British Media, EU membership and the Referendum - One day conference hosted at the Shard

Does the media really influence our opinions? Was the British media responsible for Brexit? What do researchers know about the relationship between media political behaviour?

A one-day conference was organised by the Warwick Policy Lab, Warwick in London and the Department of Economics and hosted on the 19th January at the Shard to address these very issues.

Thu 09 February 2017, 20:46 | Tags: Warwick Policy Lab

IFAD President and Minister of State for DfID discuss importance of rural investments in the fight against global poverty at Warwick in London

IFAD President and Minister of State for DfID discuss importance of rural investments in the fight against global poverty at Warwick in London

On Thursday 8 December, Warwick in London’s Policy Lab hosted an event to launch The Rural Development Report 2016 for the UN agency, IFAD, the International Fund for Agricultural Development. The event is part of a wider collaboration between IFAD and the University of Warwick’s Policy Lab – a partnership which creates opportunities for research student placements, and closer working between international development academics and practitioners. The collaboration will be of mutual benefit and should result in new and exciting outcomes. IFAD’s Rural Development Report 2016 is its flagship publication which brings together leading thinkers to analyse the experiences of rural development in over 60 developing countries.


Mon 09 January 2017, 13:38 | Tags: Warwick Policy Lab

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