InstEAD’s Dr Cristina Sechel presented evidence on Lecturers’ inclusion in the 2014 Research Assessment Framework (REF) as part of a roundtable discussion ‘Thinking Beyond Platitudes’, which took place at King’s College London on 28 May 2019.
Cristina used evidence from her recent research with co-authors Richard McManus (Canterbury Christ Church University) and Karen Mumford […]
Congratulations to InstEAD Researcher Professor Karl Taylor has been appointed to the Department for International Trades Outward Direct Investment (ODI) Advisory Group.
Also this year Karl has presented research on “The Protective Role of Saving: Bayesian Analysis of British Panel Data” to the Economics Departments at Cardiff University on 6 March 2019 and University […]
Research publications co-athored by researchers at InstEAD are among the most downloaded in their journals.
Professor Jennifer Roberts, Dr Gurleen Popli (InstEAD) and Dr Rosemary Harris’ paper Do environmental concerns commuting choices?: hybrid choice modelling with household survey data was a top 20 downloaded article in the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society […]
Professor Sarah Brown who is an independent Low Pay Commissioner and Co-Director of InstEAD was invited to speak at a Resolution Foundation event on the future of the minimum wage on Thursday 30 May 2019 in London.
The Resolution Foundation event coincided with a new government review of the international evidence of the […]
InstEAD research affiliate Ian Gregory-Smith spent October 2018 on a collaborative research visit at UCL Institute of Education.
During his visit, Dr Gregory-Smith presented his work on wages and productivity within the context of the NFL, and is developing work on another project of racial segregation in the NFL with collaborator Professor Alex […]