Stuart Mills continues his series on data policy theory, exploring data as a resource and how it is shared or traded.
Author: Neil Dymond-Green
Several of our #DataImpactFellows are taking on new roles and joining different projects. Here’s an update on some of their movements.
Rhys Davies explores how he uncovered problems with official UK government figures on trade union presence and coverage – and how the government recognised and corrected the error.
Cameron Brick on using the diverse range of openly available psychological data, including from the UK Data Service.
Emily Harris and Matthew Oakley from the Social Metrics Commission’s Secretariat introduce the release of the code underlying the Commission’s new poverty measure.
Ben Brindle, a PhD student at the University of Brighton and one of our #DataImpactFellows, discusses what he learnt on the UK Data Service’s Safe Researcher training course recently.
Esmeralda Bon, one of our #DataImpactFellows, considers the benefits and pitfalls for academics of measuring goodwill.