Former Nuffield Warden Tony Atkinson’s last book – 'Measuring Poverty around the World' – was finished by John Micklewright and Andrea Brandolini.
The Oxfordshire Blue Plaques Board unveiled a new plaque to commemorate Nuffield’s first Official Fellow Margery Perham.
It was with great sadness that we learnt of the death of Honorary Fellow Martin Feldstein, whose dedication to the application and dissemination of economics made him one of the most influential economists of the last 50 years.
Carolyn Fairbairn and Norman Lamb honoured in the 2019 list.
New textbook by Nuffield Fellow Nan Dirk de Graaf and Associate Member Dingeman Wiertz addresses several of the most pressing problems facing societies today.
For its first year, the BME talk was given by entrepreneur and philanthropist Tom Ilube CBE.
Professorial Fellow Cécile Laborde gave the James A Moffett Lecture in Ethics at Princeton University on India, liberalism and comparative secularism.
Professorial Fellow Melinda Mills is one of the recipients of the ERC 2018 Advanced Grants for her research on chronotypes, health and family.
Nuffield Fellow Iain McLean provides comment for The Times on today’s indicative vote on Brexit in the UK Parliament.
The Nuffield Undergraduate Scholars Institute aims to expand access to advanced education in the social sciences.
The British Election Study will continue at Nuffield and the University of Manchester for 2019 to 2024.
The College gives its official response to the new Open Access proposal from the coalition of research funders across Europe.
Nuffield Fellows Bess Bukodi and John Goldthorpe launched their new book at a seminar at the Nuffield Foundation in London.
The report, edited by Nuffield Associate Member Anand Menon, includes contributions by Nuffield Fellows including Geoffrey Evans and Anthony Heath.
A report from the Centre for Social Investigation at Nuffield College reveals that levels of discrimination have remained unchanged since the 1960s
The Centre will be led by Nuffield Fellow Melinda Mills and based at Nuffield College and the Department of Sociology.
The Queen’s New Year’s Honours List for 2019 recognises Nuffield alumni
A new book co-edited by Nuffield Fellows on the integration of ethnic minority youth has been published globally.
Nuffield students will call alumni and friends of the College on Friday 16 November.
Senior Research Fellow Brian Nolan’s new book focusses on the ‘squeezed middle’ and increasing inequality.
Professorial Fellow Ezequiel Gonzalez Ocantos receives prize for research in comparative judicial politics.
Project team enters an exciting new phase thanks to a three-year grant from the Robertson Foundation.
New book published by Anthony Heath and the Centre for Social Investigation asks how much progress Britain has made since 1942.
Senior Research Fellow has been awarded accolade used to predict future Nobel Prize winners.
With great sadness, we report the death of Nuffield Fellow Professor Sir James Mirrlees, a Scottish economist who was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1996 for his work in public economics.
Four Nuffield Fellows, including Warden Sir Andrew Dilnot, have been awarded Fellowships by the British Academy.
PopFest 2018 brought together postgraduates from 14 different countries to talk about population studies.
The award was announced in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
A new exhibition in the Library celebrates the 60th anniversary of the College receiving its Royal Charter.
Academics from many different fields met to discuss the new book by Nuffield Professorial Fellow Cécile Laborde.
The workshop, which took place in London on 19 April 2018, brought together participants from academia, policy, and politics to talk about wealth inequality.
Congratulations to Professorial Fellow Erzsébet (Bess) Bukodi, who has been awarded a prestigious Mid-Career Fellowship by the British Academy.