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Automation and the future of work

In response to the continuing debate on the impacts on employment, Frey and Osborne revisit their seminal study


New research shows extent of women's lead in UK employment boom

INET researchers highlight how legislative change and the financial crisis have led to the closing of gender gaps in work


Interpreting ‘greenhouse gas balance’ in the Paris Agreement

Investigating how differing emissions scenarios will impact temperatures


Science and Populism

Our latest lecture series will look at how evidence is perceived and what scientists need to do to help people regain trust in experts

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How can better governance foster more inclusive growth in Africa?

Find out more about our African Governance research programme


Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health at the Oxford Martin School

This assembly of global experts demonstrate the economic and policy case for the emerging field of planetary health

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What is the Oxford Martin School?

Find out more about our research

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