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ThePolicyLab
Experiments Trust The Future of Women at Work
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ThePolicyLab Nov 11
The Policy Lab is working hard to help prepare women for the future of work. In early 2021 we will offer the first of 4 micro certifications on what AI means for women's futures and how they and their employers can prepare for an automated world
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ThePolicyLab Oct 26
Our latest research memo summarises the findings of a recent Lab experiment. Does process matter? Experimental evidence that policy makers should advertise process as well as outcomes Summary and report available here:
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ThePolicyLab Oct 6
More Lab research on trust...this time in collaboration with the United States Studies Centre COVID-19 experts vs officials: Who do Americans and Australians trust? via
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ThePolicyLab Sep 28
More research findings from Lab experiments: In a recent publication Co-Director Aaron Martin and Lab affiliate show the important role political probity plays in shaping political trust. The article is here (it's open access):
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ThePolicyLab Sep 9
Congratulations to Co-Director on her important new book addressing one of the key themes for the Lab: the future of women and work. Motherlands: How States Push Mothers Out of Employment Available now through Temple University Press:
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ThePolicyLab Aug 31
The Policy Lab is working hard to help prepare women for the future of work This includes our first of 4 micro certs on what AI means for women's futures. And, how they and their employers can prepare for an automated world Check us out
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ThePolicyLab Aug 11
The future of women and work is a major theme for our Lab. Our talented Lab Interns have recently produced five great policy reports covering pressing and timely topics in this area. The reports can be found here:
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ThePolicyLab Jul 29
Our Lab loves running experiments on important public policy questions. New research from Co-Director Aaron Martin and Lab member demonstrates the importance of process to citizen's evaluations of policy outcomes. The article is here:
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ThePolicyLab Jun 21
In our latest research memo we examine the essential role trusted sources can play in helping address public health challenges such as Summary and report available here:
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ThePolicyLab Jun 15
The future of women at work is a major focus for the Lab. Here is Co-Director Associate Professor making some important points as part of the Life Beyond Coronavirus series.
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ThePolicyLab May 19
On the 27th May Lab members Professor Lyn Craig and Dr Erik Baekkeskov will present a public webinar on the current and emerging issues around care and trust as a result of COVID-19. Registration is here:
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ThePolicyLab May 12
Lab member Dr Azad Bali and UoM colleague Dr examine the impact of COVID-19 on India. An important discussion as part of the Ear to Asia podcast series. Podcast and full transcript here:
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ThePolicyLab May 5
has put in front of us a vital question: who to turn to for information and how much we trust that information. We address this in the first of our new Research Memo series. Summary and report available here:
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ThePolicyLab Apr 29
In an important recent contribution to public debate Lab member Professor Lyn Craig argues that 'COVID-19 has laid bare how much we value women’s work, and how little we pay for it.' The article is here:
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ThePolicyLab Apr 1
In today Co-Director Aaron Martin and Lab members and Erik Baekkeskov draw on our research to argue that the death of expertise has been ‘greatly exaggerated.’ The article is here:
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ThePolicyLab Mar 31
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ThePolicyLab Mar 29
Now more than ever we need to leverage the support trusted sources such as scientists enjoy in the community. Wherever possible they should be put front and centre in messaging about . See Policy Lab research on this topic here:
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ThePolicyLab Mar 4
And a good time to be reminded of a 2019 experiment also looking at gender bias. This time co-authored by Lab Co-Director and Lab members and 2/2
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ThePolicyLab Mar 4
Experiments and gender are two of our Lab's specialties. Here is some recently published comparative research which combines those two passions, featuring Lab Co-Director A/Prof Aaron Martin. 1/2
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ThePolicyLab Feb 25
Our Lab loves doing experiments and there will be many more in 2020. Here is an example from 2019. A timely reminder of the essential role trusted sources can play in helping address public health challenges. Our short, open access article is here:
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