Following Nuffield’s successful Undergraduate Scholars Institute pilot in 2019, the College joins forces with the University’s programme to improve graduate access to the social sciences.
Professorial Fellow in Economics Barbara Petrongolo elected to Fellowship
The Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS) took place online for the first time in June 2021.
The College and Oxford City Council invite ideas and feedback from the community on emerging proposals for the 'Oxpens' site
Fellow Melinda Mills joined the Brussels Economic Forum to talk about the future of employment in Europe after the pandemic.
Research by Non-Stipendiary Research Fellow José Manuel Aburto finds that saving young lives has contributed more to increasing life expectancy
Nuffield alumnus and Visiting Fellow John Kay has been knighted in this year’s list.
Nuffield alumnus and soon-to-be postdoc Ludvig Sinander has been invited to take part in the tour.
The project run by Senior Research Fellow Federico Varese will build datasets on organised criminal activity.
Our thoughts are with the Royal Family today, the day of the Duke's funeral.
Some of our academics are, as part of their broader social science interests, conducting research pertinent to women and gender. We have gathered some recent examples.
Nuffield Fellow Andrew Thompson and Nuffield alumni honoured in Queen’s 2021 list.
The 2020 Giving Day starting on Sunday is about connecting with each other and launching the new Early Career Research Fund.
Alistair Macaulay recognised by the European Economic Association for paper on the effect of household savings choices on the business cycle
Fellow’s book 'Liberalism’s Religion' wins major international prize in political theory.
Francis Dodoo joins Nuffield as one of Oxford’s three new British Academy Global Professors.
Andrew Dilnot answered questions from MPs about capping social care costs in the UK.