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Read more at: 2019 VISITING FELLOWSHIP WITH THE BENNETT INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY

2019 VISITING FELLOWSHIP WITH THE BENNETT INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY

12 March 2019

The Bennett Institute is recruiting for Visiting Fellow from within the University for the academic year 2019/20.


Read more at: Post-Brexit Options for the UK: New Legal Analysis
Post-Brexit Options for the UK: New Legal Analysis

Post-Brexit Options for the UK: New Legal Analysis

22 November 2018

On 16 November 2018 the Cambridge Public Policy SRI (Strategic Research Initiative) and the CBR, the Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, held a conference at Peterhouse College in Cambridge on Brexit with the aim of encouraging interdisciplinary discussion amongst academics and further research on the implications of the UK leaving the EU for public policy.


Read more at: Britain’s Broken Economic Model and Why Brexit isn’t the Cure

Britain’s Broken Economic Model and Why Brexit isn’t the Cure

11 November 2018

Simon Deakin, Director of the Centre for Business Research and Professor of Law at the University of Cambridge, tells the Cambridge Public Policy SRI (Strategic Research Initiative) why Brexit isn’t the cure for Britain’s broken economic model.


Read more at: There’s no better trade deal for the UK than being in the EU but the Chequers ‘sticky tape’ may just help the UK Brexit if it still wants to.
There’s no better trade deal for the UK than being in the EU but the Chequers ‘sticky tape’ may just help the UK Brexit if it still wants to.

There’s no better trade deal for the UK than being in the EU but the Chequers ‘sticky tape’ may just help the UK Brexit if it still wants to.

20 September 2018

Dr Lorand Bartels, a Reader in International Law at the University of Cambridge, teaches WTO & EU law, tells the Cambridge Public Policy SRI (Strategic Research Initiative) what he thinks the UK’s prospects are of getting proper trade deals with other countries post Brexit.


Read more at: Will Michel Barnier save Theresa May’s bacon and will historian’s look back on a wasted three months soon after the UK’s June 2016 Referendum?
Post-Brexit options for the UK: combining legal and economic analysis

Will Michel Barnier save Theresa May’s bacon and will historian’s look back on a wasted three months soon after the UK’s June 2016 Referendum?

12 September 2018

Catherine Barnard, Professor of EU Law at the University of Cambridge and a Senior Fellow of UK in a Changing Europe tells the Cambridge Public Policy SRI (Strategic Research Initiative) what she thinks of the UK government’s Chequers Deal.


Read more at: Tackling Dementia Using Epidemiology and the Life-Course

Tackling Dementia Using Epidemiology and the Life-Course

21 August 2018

The case for public health policy engagement – a series of case studies Professor Carol Brayne CBE is Director of the Cambridge Institute of Public Health (CIPH). Her ground-breaking research on the incidence and prevalence of dementia is shaping national and international policy. Situation Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease...


Read more at: Wellcome Trust - Small grants

Wellcome Trust - Small grants

30 July 2018

The Wellcome Trust invites applications for its small grants. These support small scale humanities and social science research projects, scoping exercises or meetings in any area of human or animal health, and projects related to research resources.


Read more at: All in a day’s work
All in a day’s work

All in a day’s work

14 June 2018

Simon Deakin, Catherine Barnard and Brendan Burchell of the Cambridge Public Policy SRI are helping to understand the world of work – the good, the bad, the fair and the future.


Read more at: Labour, Finance and Inequality: The Insecurity Cycle in British Public Policy
Labour, Finance and Inequality: The Insecurity Cycle in British Public Policy

Labour, Finance and Inequality: The Insecurity Cycle in British Public Policy

14 June 2018

Following the 2008 "global" financial crisis, the viability of globalised financial capitalism was called into question. The resulting fear and uncertainty produced a momentary return to "Keynesian" policies. But as soon as emergency stimuli – and bank bail-outs – appeared to stabilise the situation, there was a sharp reversal; and successive British governments and the financial sector have since attempted to return to business as usual.


Read more at: Inaugural Social Science and Law Interdisciplinary Conference
Inaugural social science and law interdisciplinary conference: inequality and the rule of law

Inaugural Social Science and Law Interdisciplinary Conference

12 March 2018

The recent Inaugural Social Science and Law Interdisciplinary Conference, held at Jesus College in Cambridge, brought together leading academics from law and the social sciences, including economics, to discuss inequality and the rule of law in the global north and the rising powers, particularly China.