A new centre is being set up to gather and share evidence on what works to improve wellbeing. The independent What Works Centre for Wellbeing is the latest addition to the What Works Network
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In 2015 we will be celebrating 50 years of funding research in economic and social issues. We’d like you to share your memories and need your help to find photos of the ESRC from the last five decades.
EU-India Social Sciences and Humanities Platform (EqUIP) is launched - is a €1.5 million project funded by the European Commission bringing together 12 European research funding organisations with key funding agencies in India to develop a stronger strategic partnership in social sciences and humanities.
A new report published today called Towards better diversity management finds that diversity in business is hampered by a data gap.
Professor Lord Stern has been awarded the Energy Economic Prize by the British Institute of Energy Economics.
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.