Audience research as a cornerstone of demand management interventions for illegal wildlife products: Demarketing sea turtle meat and eggs
(Inter)nationalising the antibiotic research and development pipeline
A survey of the net zero positions of the world’s largest energy companies
The technological and economic prospects for CO2 utilization and removal
Net zero for agriculture
Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT–Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems
Oxford Martin School Restatements review the natural science evidence base underlying areas of current policy concern and controversy.Find out more about Restatements
The Oxford Martin School and Citi co-produce Global Perspectives & Solutions (Citi GPS) reports, which build on the research of Oxford Martin School academics for new audiences of investors, corporations, and governments.
Technology at Work v4.0 - Navigating the Future of Work
Migration and the Economy: Economic Realities, Social Impacts and Political Choices
Inequality and Prosperity in the Industrialized World : Addressing a Growing Challenge
Technology at Work v3.0: Automating e-Commerce from Click to Pick to Door
Technology at Work v2.0: The Future Is Not What It Used to Be
Technology at Work: The Future of Innovation and Employment
Future Opportunities, Future Shocks: Key Trends Shaping the Global Economy and Society
Oxford Martin Policy Papers make the latest thinking accessible to decision-makers. These papers are aimed at an audience within the policy world as well as journalists, thinktanks, NGOs, and business leaders, in the UK and beyond.
The Economics of Mobile Money: harnessing the transformative power of technology to benefit the global poor.
A New Pharmaceutical Commons: Transforming Drug Discovery
All Change! The Implications of Non-stationarity for Empirical Modelling, Forecasting and Policy
Women's Health: a new global agenda
Short-Lived Promise? The Science and Policy of Cumulative and Short-Lived Climate Pollutants
Robo-Wars: The Regulation of Robotic Weapons
Mind Machines: The Regulation of Cognitive Enhancement Devices