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Book Review: Power Shift: The Global Political Economy of Energy Transitions by Peter NewellImpact Blog - LSE18 hourssaveRefWorks
A step-by-step guide for using Wikipedia for research communicationImpact Blog - LSE1 daysaveRefWorks
Designing a useful textbook for an open access audience– Q and A with Filipe Campante, Federico Sturzenegger and Andrés Velasco, authors of Advanced Macroeconomics: An Easy Guide?Impact Blog - LSE4 dayssaveRefWorks
Who gets to be a classic in the social sciences?Impact Blog - LSE5 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: A Citizen’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence by John Zerilli, John Danaher, James Maclaurin, Colin Gavaghan, Alistair Knott, Joy Liddicoat and Merel NoormanImpact Blog - LSE7 dayssaveRefWorks
Storylistening: why narrative evidence matters for public reasoning and how to use itImpact Blog - LSE10 dayssaveRefWorks
Less‘prestigious’ journals can contain more diverse research, by citing them we can shape a more just politics of citation.Impact Blog - LSE12 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Algorithms and the End of Politics: How Technology Shapes 21st-Century American Life by Scott TimckeImpact Blog - LSE13 dayssaveRefWorks
Reading List: Neglected Cases in the Social SciencesImpact Blog - LSE17 dayssaveRefWorks
For Open Grant ProposalsImpact Blog - LSE19 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Metrics at Work: Journalism and the Contested Meaning of Algorithms by Angèle ChristinImpact Blog - LSE21 dayssaveRefWorks
Vice-Chancellors should welcome staff participation in the governance of their university’s international partnershipsImpact Blog - LSE22 dayssaveRefWorks
‘It could be effective…’: Uncertainty and over-promotion in the abstracts of COVID-19 preprintsImpact Blog - LSE23 dayssaveRefWorks
What or where is the‘Global South’? A social science perspectiveImpact Blog - LSE25 dayssaveRefWorks
Connecting research to policy is complex, unpredictable and time consuming– so should we expect academics to do it on their own?Impact Blog - LSE26 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Causal Inference: The Mixtape by Scott CunninghamImpact Blog - LSE28 dayssaveRefWorks
Policy relevant, multidisciplinary, disruptive: What kind of research do economists want?Impact Blog - LSE29 dayssaveRefWorks
In legislating for freedom of speech on university campuses, whose opinions will the government protect?Impact Blog - LSE32 dayssaveRefWorks
By ignoring tacit knowledge, we can tell less than we know about research impact.Impact Blog - LSE38 dayssaveRefWorks
Genuine open access to academic books requires collective solutionsImpact Blog - LSE39 dayssaveRefWorks
Creating what we seek to measure– How to understand the performative aspect of impact evaluation?Impact Blog - LSE40 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Power of Narrative: Climate Skepticism and the Deconstruction of Science by Raul P. Lejano and Shondel J. NeroImpact Blog - LSE42 dayssaveRefWorks
How will the Rights Retention Strategy affect scholarly publishing?Impact Blog - LSE43 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Dark Academia: How Universities Die by Peter FlemingImpact Blog - LSE48 dayssaveRefWorks
Have you written for an LSE Blog? Let us know what you think.Impact Blog - LSE50 dayssaveRefWorks
To support civil society organisations, research funders must listen to their needsImpact Blog - LSE51 dayssaveRefWorks
Rethinking the research seminar for a post-COVID world with CassyniImpact Blog - LSE52 dayssaveRefWorks
Without a clear sense of purpose, what is the future of national research assessment exercises in Australia?Impact Blog - LSE53 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Lessons from Plants by Beronda L. MontgomeryImpact Blog - LSE56 dayssaveRefWorks
COVID-19 has increased trust in science: Can it do the same for the social sciences?Impact Blog - LSE57 dayssaveRefWorks
What role should non-academics have in evaluating the potential impact of new research projects?Impact Blog - LSE59 dayssaveRefWorks
Sociable (social) science– Crafting new relationships between research and governmentImpact Blog - LSE61 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: What Do We Know and What Should We Do About Fake News? by Nick AnsteadImpact Blog - LSE63 dayssaveRefWorks
How models change the world– and what we should do about itImpact Blog - LSE64 dayssaveRefWorks
Reading Academic Quit Lit– How and why precarious scholars leave academiaImpact Blog - LSE66 dayssaveRefWorks
MPs with both an educational and occupational background in STEM are the most likely to demonstrate engagement with STEM issues in ParliamentImpact Blog - LSE68 dayssaveRefWorks
The vaccine passport debate reveals fundamental views about how personal data should be used, its role in reproducing inequalities, and the kind of society we want to live inImpact Blog - LSE71 dayssaveRefWorks
Can Twitter data help in spotting problems early with publications? What retracted COVID-19 papers can teach us about science in the public sphereImpact Blog - LSE75 dayssaveRefWorks
The hitchhiker’s guide to co-production: Six ways to link knowledge and action for sustainabilityImpact Blog - LSE78 dayssaveRefWorks
We won’t get to a more equitable knowledge ecosystem if we don’t have more equitable ways to assess research and knowledgeImpact Blog - LSE79 dayssaveRefWorks
Canada's moral panicEvo and proud79 dayssaveRefWorks
Why indirect contributions matter for science and scientists (II)Impact Blog - LSE80 dayssaveRefWorks
Why indirect contributions matter for science and scientists (I)Impact Blog - LSE81 dayssaveRefWorks
F**k Ups in Social Research: Learning from what goes‘wrong’Impact Blog - LSE82 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Anthropocene in Global Media: Neutralizing the Risk by Leslie SklairImpact Blog - LSE84 dayssaveRefWorks
An Innocuous Quote by Interviewee 11: Re-thinking interviews in social researchImpact Blog - LSE85 dayssaveRefWorks
In search for creative and embedded research impactImpact Blog - LSE89 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Public and their Platforms: Public Sociology in an Era of Social Media by Mark Carrigan and Lambros FatsisImpact Blog - LSE91 dayssaveRefWorks
As social media classify and rank our‘memories’, what will this mean for the way we remember?Impact Blog - LSE92 dayssaveRefWorks
The incompatibility of Nudge and Co-Design as tools for policymakingImpact Blog - LSE93 dayssaveRefWorks
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