Evidence of electoral fraud will likely lead not to more street protests but to a wave of migration out of Venezuela
Research on political violence requires increased attention to the multiple roles of ideology, a new academic paper argues.
Centre for Social Investigation publishes insights from fresh data and new analysis of public opinion surveys
A new study reveals reasons why Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) usage rates vary across Europe
A new book by Nuffield Fellow Cécile Laborde explores the familiar problem of the relationship between religion and state by bringing fresh and nuanced arguments to the debate.
Listen to the first of a three part podcast series on 'Narratives, Political Practices and the Role of the State’.
The 2017-18 academic year begins, and Nuffield is buzzing with bright new students.
The heated nature of the public discourse around Brexit suggests that the British public are not in a compromising mood, but is there evidence to back this up?
NuCamp issues a call for papers for its first annual conference to be held in December 2017.
A new Nuffield working paper shows how schools and hospitals have suffered from the spending choices made by the SNP government over the past ten years.
We're delighted to launch our new look and new website for Nuffield College.
Research shows how genes affect educational attainment and fertility in different times and places.
Professor Brian Nolan discusses the lessons to be learned from examining impacts of the 2008 financial crisis on children across a variety of rich countries.
New report gathers and analyses evidence of British public opinion about various types of Brexit deal.
Nuffield student Abhi Parajuli publishes opinion pieces on topics as varied as foreign aid, foreign policy and the UK gender pay gap.
A new study reignites the debate on how to cope with increases in social care costs as the number of elderly people rises.