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21st Century Policy Development

21st Century Policy Development


Bridget and Paul spoke this month at a fascinating day on how policy development needs to be rethought, hosted by Synthesis and the RSA.  These new fields of research include network theory and the complexity sciences but they also include a host of new ways of understanding how people and societies co-evolve. Paul opened the day by arguing that social networks have a much more powerful effect on the outcome of public policy than incentives, whilst Bridget discussed how the decision to build Crossrail was supported by models that went well beyond conventional cost-benefit analysis. Read Greg Fisher’s blog about the day here and Bridget’s here.

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