This is the final output of first phase of the ISCF evaluation, the purpose of this report is to set out a detailed evaluation approach, which is being carried out over 3 phases and is due to conclude in 2024.
Nov 15, 2022
Susan Guthrie, Joe Francombe, Pamina Smith, Camilla d'Angelo, Hamish Evans
This study aims to provide non-binding, factual and not pre-emptive recommendations for possible additional EU measures in the area of intra-EU law enforcement cooperation and to assess and compare the impacts of identified policy options.
Nov 10, 2022
Alana Gyszas, Emma Disley, Ilia Gaglio, Florian Linz, Nicoletta Colombo, Michaela Bruckmayer, Katarina Bartz
This article identifies measures that contribute to resilience in democracies. Policymakers in democratic countries should anticipate emerging trends and threats to enhance their resilience in a complex and dangerous security environment.
This report explored green jobs and skills development for people from disadvantaged groups in 10 European cities.
Oct 26, 2022
Joanna Hofman, Michaela Bruckmayer, Katrin Feyerabend, Simon Larmour, Mark Reed, Lydia Lymperis, Giovanni Amodeo, Frederico Cardoso, Sam Cole, Megan Hughes, Giulia Lanfredi, Mafalda Pardal, Pamina Smith
This study aims to build on the understanding of the links between employees' work behaviours, health and wellbeing and workplace outcomes by analysing an employee dataset incorporating Microsoft-collected workplace telemetry data.
Oct 14, 2022
William D. Phillips, Eliane Dufresne, Marco Hafner, Martin Stepanek, Daniel Kotzen, Shaun Subel, Christian Van Stolk
We define social value as "the difference we make to the communities which we operate within". This brochure describes our commitment to social value through the behaviours we embed in our practices, as well as the research and analysis we conduct.
We analysed the research landscape associated with the application of quantum technologies to the life sciences, highlighting current developments, opportunities and challenges, initiatives, and activities to help enable the ecosystem in the future.
Oct 5, 2022
Salil Gunashekar, Isabel Flanagan, Camilla d'Angelo, Immaculate Dadiso Motsi-Omoijiade, Mann Virdee, Carolina Feijao, Simon Porter
Our aim was to undertake an economic evaluation of patient direct access to physiotherapy in the UK NHS by comparing the number of patients treated, waiting time, cost and health gain from a direct access pathway versus traditional GP-referral to NHS physiotherapy.
Sep 23, 2022
Miaoqing Yang, Annette Bishop, Jon Sussex, Martin Roland, Sue Jowett, Ed Wilson
The report presents an overview of holistic early childhood education and care policy and practice in France between 2017-2021, including an analysis of broader societal, political and research trends regarding early childhood development.
Sep 8, 2022
Lillian Flemons, Emma Louise Blondes, Sarah Grand-Clement, Tor Richardson-Golinski, Victoria Jordan
This study examines opportunities for leveraging diversity to enhance military effectiveness. A framework is presented to help guide the UK and US Armed Forces in their assessments of how diversity may be better leveraged in future.
Aug 23, 2022
Linda Slapakova, Ben Caves, Marek N. Posard, Julia Muravska, Diana Dascalu, Diana Y. Myers, Raymond Kuo, Kristin Thue
This report presents the findings from a literature review on doctoral education in engineering and physical sciences conducted as part of a review of doctoral education currently being conducted by the EPSRC.
This research draws on expert interviews and workshops to answer the question how skills needs will change in the four priority areas (health, science and technology, managers, and skilled trades) over the next 5–10 years.
Aug 3, 2022
Joanna Hofman, Julia Doyle, Asha Haider, Michaela Bruckmayer
This case study aims to understand how infrastructure organisations in England support frontline organisations through capacity building, the challenges and facilitators involved, the impact on FOs and their work, and any lessons learnt.
The objective of this case study is to explore how infrastructure organisations across England work to effect change at various levels of policymaking as part of their mission to improve youth employment outcomes.
Aug 2, 2022
Lillian Flemons, Joanna Hofman, Katrin Feyerabend, Natalie Picken