Archive for the ‘In the media’ Category

The Trouble with Social Mobility

Professor Paul Gregg talks to Radio 4 about social mobility.

Decoding Brexit through game-theoretic approach

Dr Richard Fairchild writes for CGTN on decoding Brexit through game-theoretic approach, something he explored in a recent paper.

Dr Kate Woodthorpe on the rise of 'pauper's funerals'

Dr Kate Woodthorpe, Dept of Social & Policy Sciences, writes for The Independent.

Guardian exclusive: Dr Darragh McGee on football betting

Football bets should come with a health warning

Dr Arman Hassanniakalager writes for The Conversation on why football bets should come with a health warning.

COP24 climate talks and ‘people’s voice’

Dr Aurelie Charles writes for The Conversation about the latest UN climate talks, COP24.

Differentiated HE missions are key to social progress

Professor Rajani Naidoo and Dr Rushil Ranchod have their research published in University World News.

Post-Brexit immigration plan is surreal and cynical

Dr Emma Carmel writes for The Conversation on why the UK’s new post-Brexit immigration plan is surreal and cynical.

Young chronic pain sufferers battle isolation and stigma

Dr Abbie Jordan, Psychology, writes for The Conversation on how young chronice pain sufferers battle isolation and stigma as they struggle to forge their identities.

Italian Mafia activities are expanding abroad

Dr Felia Allum, PoLIS, writes for The Conversation.

Paul Kennedy (PoLIS) on What next for Brexit?

Paul Kennedy (PoLIS) on What next for Brexit? on ABC Australia.

Brad Evans (PoLIS) on Left Anchor podcast (part 2)

The second part of Professor Brad Evan's interview on Left Anchor podcast is now available.

Silicon Valley’s quest for immortality

Dr Nicholas Priest and James Horton write for The Conversation on Silicon Valley’s quest for immortality – and its worrying sacrifices.

Tech giants need to take more responsibility

Dr Sarah Glozer, School of Management writes for The Conversation on why tech giants need to take more responsibility for the advertising that makes them billions.

Dr Kate Woodthorpe discusses funeral poverty on Radio 4

Dr Kate Woodthorpe (CDAS, SPS) on Radio 4’s Money Box Live discussing funeral poverty.

Brad Evans (PoLIS) on Left Anchor podcast

Brad Evans, Professor in Political Violence, discusses violence and neoliberalism on Left Anchor.

The Formula Student Electric China Competition

Team Bath Racing Electric members Will Minter-Kemp & Natalie Kyprianou are interviewed by RTHK about the Formula Student Electric China competition.

The Bear Market - Economics or Investor Psychology?

Professor Richard Fairchild writes for China Global Television Network

A greener alternative to UK's 'illegal' power scheme

Published on The Conversation, written by Marcelle McManus

Paula Kover writes: what is a species?

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