We are excited to invite you to a special seminar showcasing the work led by SKAPE’s co-directors Nathan and Eugenia, as well as SKAPE member Hilary MacDonogh on the role of “impact” in research policy.
Niklas Andersen and Kat Smith discuss a 2022 SKAPE workshop about the ways in which knowledge and evidence are used in policymaking. Through the notion of “evidence cultures”, Kat and Niklas explore the issue further and pose thoughtful questions for further debate.
Explore the role of metrics in building EU anti-poverty policy with Marianna Zielenska from the University of Warsaw, as part of the 2023 seminar series. Through this discussion, we will gain more insight into whether “what gets measured gets done”.
Marc Geddes shares some insights from his 12-month parliamentary academic fellowship, organized by the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology (POST), where he studied the workings of Select Committees in the UK House of Commons and how they hold governments accountable.
We are excited to welcome Jonas Videbæk Jørgensen and Jesper Dahl Kelstrup (Roskilde University, Denmark) for our third talk in this year’s SKAPE seminar series, where we will be discussing the use of evidence in policymaking.
In advance of the SKAPE seminar in 2022, Matjaz Vidmar and Fumi Kitagawa ask how we can make “policy impact” in our local areas and share stories about their work on the Data-Driven Innovation (DDI) initiative.