Stuart Mills asks; how do we balance the societal transformations we can see as a result of digital technology and data with the political economy which persists within that same society?
Author: Victoria Moody
International Open Access week inspires open access supporters to share the benefits of Open Access and promote Open Access as a default practice in the research community
Daniel Laurison, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Swarthmore College and Sam Friedman, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, LSE assert that class analysis needs an approach which registers class destinations more effectively.
On Wednesday 22nd May, it was our great pleasure to host an event for our new Data Impact Fellows at Chetham’s Library, Manchester.
We’re celebrating the launch of our refreshed international data platform with a review of recent research and policy analyses using the UK Data Service’s international macrodata.
In #LoveDataWeek we thought we’d celebrate four years of the #DataImpactBlog with a look back over some of the varied posts from the last four years. We’ve posted content from a range of writers who’ve been creating, managing and using some of the wonderful data assets we make available, in the UK and internationally, researching change in people’s lives over time and guiding the development of policy. What themes have emerged and what’s changed in the data impact space?
The Lancet Countdown is a unique research collaboration between 24 international academic institutions and inter-governmental organisations. The Lancet Countdown monitors progress on the relationships between health and climate change, and their implications for national governments, reporting annually and making recommendations for activity to mitigate climate change.