Ciaran Martin draws on direct personal experience from the 2014 referendum and the negotiations preceding it to investigates the potential clash between votes and laws
Paul Collier participated in a seminar series convened by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) on 'Finance in the Public Interest'.
Thomas Hale, Associate Professor in Global Public Policy, discusses 'net zero' targets in a special bonus episode of Outrage + Optimism, a weekly podcast by Global Optimism.
Professor Jo Wolff gave evidence about the ethics of vaccine certificate to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee.
Report includes data on Scotland from our Oxford COVID19 Government Response Tracker is included, and a quote by Thomas Hale
Karthik Ramanna comments on the key challenge presented by the political and regulatory upheaval sweeping through the industry following Brexit
On the Today programme, Ciaran Martin discusses the recent US decision to impose sanctions on Russia over Solar Winds and other hacking activities (from 1hr 13min)
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