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How to advise government? Routes into the policy making process

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26 April 2016

6:30pmSkeel Lecture Theatre, Queen Mary University of London Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

How can researchers break into established policy networks? Does a smaller state enhance or inhibit research impact? 

This event focused on the challenges and opportunities for researchers and policymakers as both government and academia undergo a period of rapid change.

This was the second of our seminar series Translating knowledge to expertise: Routes into the policy making process held in partnership with UCL Public Policy.  The first event focused on research impact and parliament.

Speakers:

Halima Khan Executive Director, Nesta Health Lab

Joanna Chataway Rand Europe/Open University

Tadj Oreszczyn, Director, The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources, UCL

Chair:

Graeme Reid Professor of Science and Research Policy, University College London

 

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