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Professor Federico Varese cited by the European Court of Human Rights
03 Mar 2015

The Society of the Vory-v-Zakone, 1930s-1950s, Cahiers du monde russe, in M. Galeotti (Ed.), Russian and Post-Soviet Organised Crime (2002), at p. 515) has recently been cited in a Sentence by the European Court of Human Rights.

Prof Anthony Heath was quoted in the Telegraph article 'Number of ‘Muslim’ children in Britain doubles in a decade'.
13 Feb 2015

Prof Anthony Heath was quoted in the article 'Number of ‘Muslim’ children in Britain doubles in a decade'. 

Prof Federico Varese has published a newspaper article on terrorist finance in Europe
09 Feb 2015

Prof Federico Varese has published a newspaper article on terrorist finance in Europe which appeared both in Le Monde and El Pais


 

Working paper on Benefit sanctions will be presented as evidence at Parliamentary Sanctions Inquiry
21 Jan 2015

A working paper by Professor David Stuckler, Dr Rachel Loopstra, Dr Aaron Reeves and Professor Martin McKee will be used to provide evidence to the Work and Pensions Comittee in the UK Parliament.

Article by the Economist examining why people feel so busy all of the time notes the views of Jonathan Gershuny
19 Dec 2014

 

One of the Economist’s Christmas articles titled “Why is everyone so busy? Time poverty is a problem partly of perception and partly of distribution” noted the views of Prof J Gershuny from our Centre of Time Use.

 

Prof Stephen Fisher gave a commentary on Daily Politics on Seats the Lib Dems could lose in 2015 over student votes
16 Dec 2014

Jo Coburn from BBC Daily Politics & Sunday Politics spoke to Stephen Fisher about his research suggesting Nick Clegg and two Liberal Democrat ministers could lose their seats at the 2015 next election due to the student backlash over tuition fees.

Professor Jonathan Gershuny on BBC Women's Hour
09 Oct 2014

 

Professor Jonathan Gershuny, co-director of the Centre for Time Use Research at the University of Oxford provides the historical context of the chore debate

 

New students
06 Oct 2014

A warm welcome to all new students in the Department. We very much hope you enjoy your time at Oxford.! Induction starts Monday 6th of October at 10 AM, Manor Road Building

 

Scotland’s ‘No’ Vote: A Loss for Pollsters and a Win for Betting Markets
22 Sep 2014

A New York Times article titled Scotland’s ‘No’ Vote: A Loss for Pollsters and a Win for Betting Markets referred to Professor Stephen Fisher's analysis of the Scottish Referendum with particular reference to his blog post How accurate will the Scottish independence referendum polls be?

Washington Post features research on Egyptian protest
07 Apr 2014

 

Neil Ketchley (a doctoral student at LSE) and Dr Michael Biggs have collaborated on an online survey of Egyptians protesting against the coup. They discuss preliminary results in the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog: 'What is the Egyptian anti-coup movement protesting for?'

 


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