Understanding the sociological, psychological and economic nature of behaviour and behaviour change, and the technologies and processes by which behaviour can be influenced.
Scrutinising the evidence-base for policy and practice in order to enlarge the policy options under debate and contribute to widening public understanding of key policy issues.
Concerned with understanding the economic and social potential of new product and service developments, the entrepreneurial journey, determinants of new venture growth and the role of public and private finance in supporting innovation.
Concerned with overcoming the problems of scarcity, fragility and inequality.
The IPR Policy Fellowship Programme brings together senior policy makers and the University’s best academic talent.
For experienced policy professionals wanting to develop their policy analysis expertise without having to take a full career break.