Welcome to RAND Europe

RAND Europe is a not-for-profit research institute whose mission is to help improve policy and decision-making through research and analysis.

News and Latest Blogs

Display:

  • Pharmaceutical Drugs

    Commentary

    Ringing the Alarm Bell for Antimicrobial Resistance

    20 Feb 2015

    The increase in the number of bacterial and viral infections that are resistant to antimicrobial drugs poses a growing global health threat: antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Recent economic modelling by RAND Europe has shed new light on the potential global impacts of failing to address the AMR threat.

  • Mental Health Treatment

    Commentary

    Putting UK Mental Health Services on the Road to Recovery

    20 Feb 2015

    If mental health problems are the most significant barrier preventing people on benefits from taking up employment, then why not transform how the system supports them? Policymakers could redirect some of the resources available to the benefit system towards improving mental health outcomes, and put more evidence-based interventions in place. The savings to the benefit system should logically pay for this investment.

  • Europe

    Announcement

    Sir Gregory Winter CBE FRS and László Andor Join Council of Advisors

    30 Jan 2015

    RAND Europe announced today the appointment of two new members to its Council of Advisors: Sir Gregory Winter, master of Trinity College Cambridge, and László Andor, former European Union (EU) commissioner for employment, social affairs & inclusion.

  • Europe

    Announcement

    Pointing a Spotlight on RAND Europe's Activities in 2014

    27 Jan 2015

    In its annual review, RAND Europe describes the research it conducted to support policymaking in four areas of transformation: harnessing the power of ICT, safeguarding society, building healthier communities and innovating for efficiency.

View all News, Blogs, and Events

RAND Europe Research Areas

RAND Europe's policy research focuses on eight specific areas. By establishing new angles of enquiry and, in some cases, new methodologies for research, we bring fresh approaches and add valuable contributions to traditional as well as new RAND research areas.