Centre for Social Investigation

Established in 2014, the Centre for Social Investigation (CSI) aims to address contemporary social issues of public interest and to engage with policy-makers and the public more generally, carrying out authoritative, non-partisan research on central social issues, such as Social Progress, Mobility and Inequality. The Centre draws upon expertise in economics, politics and sociology, and related disciplines such as social policy, and regularly publishes briefing papers and reports that draw on these insights to make recommendations for policy and future research.

In 2017 CSI was awarded a major grant from the ESRC to undertake a project on monitoring changing public opinions over the course of the Brexit negotiations.

Follow the links below to find out who is involved and further details through the Centre website: