Women’s Equality and Inequality to be addressed in new research programme
The Oxford Martin School has launched a new programme on Women’s Equality and Inequality, focused on social mobility and education.
Intergenerational wealth transfers drive inequality in Britain
This direct transmission of wealth across generations impacts directly on the extent of wealth inequality, concludes a report published today by researchers at the University of Oxford’s Department of Social Policy and Intervention and the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, supported by the Nuffield Foundation.
Five new programmes will explore technological solutions to global challenges
The Oxford Martin School is pleased to announce the launch of five new programmes of research, identified through an open competition across the University.
New report shows that COVID-19 has accelerated the shift to remote working
The fifth edition in the Citi GPS Technology at Work series, A New World of Remote Work, looks at how COVID 19 fast-forwarded existing trends and quantifies the possible impact of these trends on the future of work.
Cold chains can help mitigate the COVID-19 food crisis: key lessons from Uganda
Challenging Circumstances: we need international guidelines for human infection studies
Would you be willing to infect yourself with coronavirus to test a vaccine?
How Natural Resource (Mis-)management in the Nile River Basin May Threaten Stability
As the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) nears completion, the Nile River Basin is at a crossroads. The next few months will be consequential for relations between countries in the river basin—notably Ethiopia, Sudan, and Egypt—because dam management upstream could have consequences for the supply of water downstream.
Democracies have responded more effectively to COVID-19 than autocracies, study shows
Autocracies imposed harsher lockdowns but democracies have responded more effectively to COVID-19.
Proactive engagement to understand and address wildlife trade in an unsettled world
COVID-19 US employment shocks 'likely larger than Great Depression'
The U.S. is likely to see a near-term 24% drop in employment, 17% percent drop in wages, and 22% drop in economic activity as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, according to a new study from the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School.
Navigating the COVID-19 'infodemic' - how are people accessing news and information?
A new report from the Oxford Martin School's Misinformation, Science and Media programme analyses how people in six countries - Argentina, Germany, South Korea, Spain, the UK and the US) - accessed news and information about COVID-19 in the early stages of the global pandemic.