A Nuffield College Senior Research Fellow and two Visiting Fellows were among those recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List this year.
A look at Nuffield’s role in advancing research and methodology in the study of elections.
Prof Ben Ansell has been awarded a grant from the European Research Council on wealth inequality and mobility.
Sir Andrew Dilnot has been asked for his reaction to the Conservative government's social care plans published in its party manifesto.
Prof Martin Ellison to lead Nuffield's new centre on applied macroeconomic policy
The charity has been set with the aim of promoting educational equality
Professor Cécile Laborde explores whether it is a mistake to assume that liberal democracy requires a strict separation of state and religion.
Nuffield College is pleased to congratulate Desmond King on his election to the AAAS.
We are delighted to welcome Sonja Vogt to the Nuffield CESS team of researchers.
Researchers at Nuffield CSI have been awarded a grant by the ESRC to study attitude formation and change in the run-up to Brexit
The report from an 18-month study of value for money in British policing is launched at the House of Lords
We remember Nuffield's first full-time Bursar, Simon Porter.
A new book by Nuffield College Fellow Bo Rothstein argues for a universal understanding of corruption
A new survey highlights the views of people displaced by the conflict in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region
We are deeply saddened to report the death of Nuffield Fellow Professor Sir Tony Atkinson, who was a world-leading economist and inequality researcher.
New regional centre provides unique opportunity for Nuffield scholars to cooperate with the vibrant and rapidly growing community of social scientists in India
The first ever International Prize in Statistics has been awarded to Honorary Fellow Professor Sir David Cox
Professor Iain McLean contributes to the University of Oxford’s 'EU referendum: Analysis' selection of academic insights
A study of emergency food bank use in West Cheshire reveals the true scale and complexity of food poverty
Over 100 College members and alumni attend a special panel discussion on Brexit
Gwendolyn Sasse contributes to Carnegie Europe's question of the week
The Centre for Social Investigation undertook research on the childhood origins of social mobility on behalf of the government’s Social Mobility Commission
Watch the seminar by David Cox recorded for a conference at Rutgers University
Prof Atkinson has won the Richard A. Lester Award from Princeton University for the outstanding book in industrial relations and labor economics
What can languages of ‘European Memory’ tell us about Europe’s borders, how these changed over time and whether they are fluid or rigid?
Professor Gwendolyn Sasse provides an analysis of the Minsk process aimed at resolving the conflict in Ukraine.