Historian Sheilagh Ogilvie explains what lessons policymakers should take from the UK's past economic development.
How are biases in algorithmic systems affecting people today, and what can we do about this? Professor Michael Rovatsos introduces his CDEI-commissioned review of the evidence related to algorithmic bias, produced in collaboration with OIT.
Who's watching you online? Professor David Beer introduces his CDEI-commissioned review of the evidence related to online targeting practices, produced in collaboration with OIT.
Graeme Currie, Professor of Public Management at Warwick University presents some highlights from a workshop for government innovation.
We’ve invited leading thinkers from the British Sociological Association (BSA) to explain how they expect our digital future to unfold. This blog by Susan Halford, President of the BSA, explains why we arranged the event and links to a …
Katy Mason, Professor of Markets, Marketing and Management at Lancaster University writes about public sector innovation.
This blog post gives an introduction to online citizen engagement, what government has done in this area, and our work on the National Action Plan to improve participation in the future.