Professor Lord Stern has been awarded the Energy Economic Prize by the British Institute of Energy Economics.
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A new report called Welfare Sanctions and Conditionality in the UK has been published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) today. The report focuses on conditional welfare arrangements, which require people to behave in a certain way to access welfare goods such as cash benefits, housing or support services.
An open letter from Professor Paul Boyle, CEO Economic and Social Research Council: EU Data Protection Regulation: Vital economic and social research could be prevented
The Administrative Data Research Network (ADRN) is looking for a volunteer to join their Approvals Panel.
The ESRC have signed a reciprocal International Co-Investigator agreement with The Research Council of Norway (RCN), allowing Norwegian academics to apply for up for 30 per cent of a total project cost to fund their involvement in ESRC investments.
A new report from ResPublica, written by Professor David Llewellyn of Loughborough University and Professor Roger Steare of Cass Business School and funded by the ESRC, looks at the role of ethics in banking.
A new high streets study funded by ESRC reveals town centres are meeting the changing demands of consumers.
We welcome the release from detention in Tajikistan of Alexander Sodiqov.
Portfolio Managers from ESRC and EPSRC will be holding a live Twitter chat on 17 July 2014 from 15.00 to 16.00 to answer your questions about the Next Stage call, using the #nxtstage hashtag.
On 4 June, Research Councils UK (RCUK) announced that Researchfish will be used as the single harmonised research outcomes collection system for all research councils from autumn 2014