The public acceptability of government interventions to change behavior is greatest for the least intrusive interventions, which are often the least effective, and for interventions targeting the behavior of others, rather than the respondent him or herself.
Solutions for digital access based on modern cloud technologies may facilitate re-use across borders, avoid duplication and achieve scale economics as well as cross-border interoperability for e-government services.
A toolkit developed to measure the impacts and outcomes of local regulations designed to restrict sales of products harmful to children will help those who regulate alcohol, tobacco, knives, fireworks, sun beds and gambling to measure the progress of their work.
This rapid evidence assessment of the innovation and competitiveness impacts of the EU's proposed General Data Protection Regulation considers a variety of perspectives and identifies several impacts and areas for improvement.
Examines the progress being made by central government bodies towards delivering services to meet the needs of diverse customers in the six recognised areas of diversity: disability; gender; race; religion and belief; age; and sexual orientation.
Jennifer Rubin is vice president of RAND Europe and director of the division's Communities, Safety & Justice research programme. Rubin's research and current interests include comparative analyses of levels of intolerance in Western Europe across countries and over time, developing…
Dan Jenkins is a research leader within RAND Europe's Defence and Security Programme. He has extensive experience of the evaluation and performance audit of capital investment programmes, service delivery and change projects within government. Jenkins is an experienced public policy professional…