CEP over the last 10 years (2006-2016) has undertaken an extensive range of evaluations in the natural environment arena
The CECAN team would like to extend thanks to Professor Brian Castellani for his engaging discussions on case-based approaches to addressing complexity in nexus issues at his seminar on 23rd February 2017.
The CECAN team would like to extend thanks to Professor James Wilsdon from the University of Sheffield for his discussions on ‘What works at the Nexus’ on 25th January 2017.
CECAN Seminar: Complexity, Power and Evidence in the UK Healthcare Sector: A Case Study of E-Health Research
The CECAN team would like to extend thanks to Professor Trish Greenhalgh from the University of Oxford, who kindly gave an energetic, thought provoking and highly logical seminar on evaluating e-health research.
Huge thanks to Professor Peter Davis who gave an engaging, humorous and thought provoking seminar at BEIS in Whitehall, on micro-simulation techniques for policy making.
CECAN’s team were thrilled to host their official launch event at St Martin in the Fields Hall, London on 13th September 2016.
As part of CEP’s role as a partner in CECAN, CEP is carrying out a meta-evaluation of a sample of the evaluation projects it has undertaken over the last 10 years.
Introducing the newest member of the CECAN team based at The University of York – Adam Hejnowicz has joined as a CECAN postdoctoral researcher.
Professor Nigel Gilbert, Dr Lynne Hamill and Nicolas Payette delivered an intensive one day workshop in Agent Based Modelling, to a group of economists from UK Government on 3rd August.
How do we use policy modelling in a complex world? Professor Bruce Edmonds explored this challenging question in CECAN’s second seminar on 18th July.
23rd June 2016 will go down in history as a very difficult day in Westminster – Brexit Day. Nonetheless, Andrew Darnton and Andrew Harrison boldly produced an engaging and thought provoking complexity seminar in Whitehall.