Policy & Impact
'Decolonising Africa-Europe relations' with Prof Carlos Lopes
Book talk: 'Butler to the world: how Britain became the servant of tycoons, tax dodgers, kleptocrats and criminals' with Oliver Bullough
Book talk: 'Storylistening: Narrative Evidence and Public Reasoning' with Claire Craig & Sarah Dillon
Book Talk: 'Envisioning 2060: opportunities and risks for emerging markets'
'Illicit finance and the role of professional enablers in the United Kingdom: are things finally changing?' with Andrew Mitchell & Dame Margaret Hodge
'From swimming in data to drowning: What happens when new data essentially falsify all extant theories within a field?' with Prof Robert Axtell
Panel Discussion: 'Illicit financial flows and offshore finance: its impact on African development'
Panel discussion: 'On the trail of capital flight from Africa'
Book talk: ‘Why do some countries gamble on development, and others don’t?’ with Stefan Dercon, David Pilling, Melinda Bohannon & Ricardo Soares de Oliveira
Panel Discussion: "Fleshing out a future COP"
Panel Discussion: "Towards COP27: moving forwards after COP26"
Philip McCann and Dan Jarvis in conversation: 'Devolution and Levelling Up in South Yorkshire'
Panel discussion: 'Capitalism: what has gone wrong, what needs to change and how can it be fixed?'
The Economist - Sustainable me: The beef with beef
Book talk: "Exponential: how accelerating technology is leaving us behind and what to do about it" with Azeem Azhar
"The political economy of Nigeria: challenges and opportunities for reform" with Prof Kingsley Moghalu
Ron Emerson & Colin Mayer in conversation: 'Private financing levelling-up: an idea of its time'
Dave Smith & Prof Colin Mayer in Conversation: 'Renewing South Yorkshire: seizing new opportunities, overcoming old constraints'
"Conflict resolution for the future of biodiversity conservation" with Dr Alexandra Zimmermann
Prof Alison Wolf, Ian Stuart and Sir Chris Husbands in conversation: 'Britain's long-running 'skills crisis': why can't we fix it? and what would it take to do so?'