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The broader political implications of citizens’ perceptions about disaster response policy

As part of the University of Glasgow Q-Step Centre’s first year celebration, they are presenting their first lecture demonstrating the use of quantitative methods in examining real world issues. Professor Schneider is a leading figure in policy and public administration studies in the US and will be giving a talk looking at what citizens expect...

12.05.16 | Seminar

Evolving Mobility Patterns of Young Adults

The Urban Big Data Centre is pleased to host a seminar with Prof. Noreen McDonald, Fulbright Distinguished Chair, 2015-16, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. Noreen is also Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Her talk will focus on Evolving Mobility Patterns of Young Ad...

11.05.16 | Seminar

Pathways through Care: Using administrative and survey data to understand care in older age

UBDC is pleased to host a seminar by Dr Alasdair Rutherford, University of Stirling, on Pathways to Care: Using administrative and survey data to understand care in older age. Abstract Scotland is at the forefront of using linked administrative and social survey data to understand health and social care usage. In this talk I will discuss two c...

03.05.16 | Seminar

Making an Open Information Age: Power, freedom and inequality in an age of bits

On 16 March 2016, CREATe will host a public lecture by Dr Rufus Pollock, titled ‘Making an Open Information Age: Power, freedom and inequality in an age of bits‘. Many in CREATe will be familiar with his trailblazing work on the economics of copyright and in particular, on calculating the size and value of the public domain. In addition to his...

16.03.16 | Seminar

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