RAND Europe, a Cambridge-based policy research organisation, held its ‘annual’ summer reception last week after a two-year delay due to the pandemic.
Study identifies Cambridge commuter areas which have highest share of households falling into housing affordability gap
In a new study, RAND Europe examined housing affordability in the Cambridge travel-to-work area. Researchers found that almost half of the households living in this area would financially struggle to live in Cambridge itself.
Professor Stephen Morris has been appointed as the new RAND Professor of Health Services Research at the University of Cambridge.
The spread of social media in Africa has brought many economic and political benefits, while also equipping terrorist groups with a tool for recruitment and propaganda. A new report from RAND Europe examines the links between social media use and online radicalisation in six African countries, drawing on primary Twitter data analysis.
To help inform policy discussions about developing skills in Cambridge and Peterborough, researchers from RAND Europe examined skills shortages in the regional labour pool. They specifically examined four sectors: life sciences, information and communications, health and social work, and construction.
Support for a Brexit deal based on membership of the European Economic Area (EEA) has increased, according to new research.
Cambridge-based not-for-profit research organisation, RAND Europe, is inviting Cambridge-based companies to complete a survey on the international mobility of their research staff.
Professor Mary Dixon-Woods has been appointed the new RAND Professor of Health Services Research at the University of Cambridge.