26 April 2016
What kinds of opportunity and challenge arise from the open policy-making agenda? Which kinds of research tends to achieve impact with government departments? We heard the views of a panel of speakers with a wide range of experience in both academia and government policy making.Time: 6:30pm
Venue: Skeel 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.
Halima Khan Executive Director, Nesta Health Lab
Joanna Chataway Rand Europe/Open University
Tadj Oreszczyn, Director, The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources, UCL
Graeme Reid Professor of Science and Research Policy, University College London