Author Edward Cartwright

Trust after Barnard Castle

On the 19th and 20th May we ran a survey on coronavirus attitudes and beliefs, which included questions on trust. Given the recent furor around Dominic Cummings seemingly breaking the lockdown rules we reran the survey on the 27th May… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus survey

On 19th and 20th May, IAESV together with CURA (the Center for Urban Research on Austerity) ran a survey on attitudes and beliefs around the coronavirus pandemic. A total of 1001 people were surveyed from across the UK on a… Continue Reading →

ADRELO: Advancing Resilience in Low Income Housing Using Climate-Change Science and Big Data Analytics

IAESV member Wangari Wang’ombe is a co-investigator on an EPSRC funded project. The project, which began in March 2020, will last 3 years and is led in DMU by George Onyango Okeyo. The project brings together an international consortium including… Continue Reading →

Digital Innovations for Transitioning to a Circular plastic Economy- (DITCh Plastic)

IAESV member Seun Kolade is co-investigator on a 12 month project funded by the EPSRC under their ‘Digital Innovations for Development in Africa’ call. The project began in May 2020 and is led by Muyiwa Oyinlola in the Institute for… Continue Reading →

The Gravity of Talent

Zheng Wang has secured a British Academy/Leverhulme Trust small research grant to look at the Gravity of Talent. In this two-year project, beginning summer 2020, Zheng plans to investigate the patterns and determinants of global talent flows. And to use… Continue Reading →

OECD Roundtable on Investment and Sustainable Development

IAESV member Tuan Luong participated in the 2nd Roundtable on Investment and Sustainable Development that took place in October at the OECD in Paris. The Roundtable is central to OECD’s efforts in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with… Continue Reading →

2020 Green Economy Symposium on Social & Political Cooperation

Members of the Institute contributed (from afar) to the 2020 Green Economy Symposium hosted by the University of Guyana. The symposium explored the challenges faced in Guyana as it looks to accelerate its green economy against a background of dependence… Continue Reading →

Student visit to the IFS

A delegation of our economics students recently visited the Institute of Fiscal Studies to attend the ‘Public Economics Lectures’. They heard talks by IFS experts in a range of different fields of public economics. This was great experience for students… Continue Reading →

The Effects of AI on the Professions: A Literature Repository

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ artificial intelligence (AIinPR) panel has published a literature repository following an intensive 12-month review of nearly 200 global publications on AI and its impact on the professions. It includes academic and popular cultural sources…. Continue Reading →

Economic poverty and inequality in Leicestershire: Challenges and solutions

Poverty, economic exclusion and inequality are a stark reality in Leicestershire and elsewhere in the UK. Homelessness, the use of foodbanks and the wide gaps in employment, attainment and opportunities across regions are just some of the visible signs of… Continue Reading →

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