Policy Briefings 2005/2006
- Wednesday 16th November: Obesity, ethnicity and diabetes - Professor Sudhesh Kumar
- Wednesday 7th December: The Journey to university - starting out early - Professor Deborah Eyre
- Wednesday 18th January: Cold comfort? The effects of winter duel payments - Professor Ian Walker
- Wednesday 1st February: Local Dynamism in the Global Economy - Professor Colin Crouch
- Wednesday 15th February: Predicting the Fate of Pollution in rivers and coasts - Professor Ian Guymer
- Monday 8th May: The future of international organisations: has the World Trade Organisation had its day? - Professor Richard Higgott
- Wednesday 24th May: Developing an Islamic Law Curriculum - Professor Shaheen Ali
- Wednesday 23rd November: Obesity, ethnicity and diabetes - Professor Sudesh Kumar
- Thursday 19th January: The Journey to University - starting out early - Professor Deborah Eyre
- Thursday 9th February: Local Dynamism in the Global Economy - Professor Colin Crouch
- Wednesday 22nd Fecruary: Predicting the Fate of Pollution in rivers and costs - Professor Ian Guymer
- Wednesday 1st March: Cold Comfort? The effects of Winter fuel payments - Professor Ian Walker
Forward Thinking - Exploring the World of 2045
The University of Warwick recently ran a series of policy briefings to commemorate Warwick’s fortieth anniversary and to launch our new London offices. These briefings looked to the future, exploring the world of 2045 in terms of energy, health, science, manufacturing, world politics, and ethnicity. The series was sponsored and chaired by the Financial Times.
Recent Policy Briefings:
Recent policy briefings are available to view online.
Markets and Institutions: How to Manage the Governance Gap at the World Trade Organisation
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