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issue of antimicrobial resistance, economics of climate change

How can economics tackle the issue of antimicrobial resistance?

Applying the economics of climate change to antimicrobial resistance could help to avert the 10 million deaths that are predicted to occur by 2050 if urgent action isn’t taken.
Marburg Centre for Institutional Economics (MACIE)

Marburg Centre for Institutional Economics (MACIE)

The Marburg Centre for Institutional Economics aims to communicate research in Institutional Economics to a broad audience.

Health in Europe: A matter of good economics

Open Access Government details the priorities and intentions of the new European Health Commissioner, Vytenis Andriukaitis Born in 1951, Vytenis Andriukaitis holds degrees in medicine and history and started his political career just after high school. He is one of the authors of the Lithuanian Constitution of 1992 and a...
protect children, digital age

How can we protect children in the digital age?

Here, Claire Quinn, VP of Compliance & DPO, CIPP/e at PRIVO, discusses the challenges of how to protect children in the digital age.
Nigel Hughes

Nigel Hughes – Observational Health Data Analytics, Epidemiology, Janssen

Nigel Hughes has a thirty-five-year career spanning the NHS in the UK (16 years), NGOs and patient organisations (10 years) and within the pharmaceutical industry (17 years).
Global Food Research

Global Food Research: Will front-of-the-package warning labels change our eating habits?

The Global Food Research Program shares their perspective on targeting ultra-processed foods with front-of-the-package warning labels, which is the only impactful approach.
future of healthcare

Will AI revolutionise the future of healthcare?

Medicine is one of the most exciting frontiers for artificial intelligence, but where is AI set to make a real difference to the future of healthcare? Rachel Roumeliotis, Vice President of Content Strategy at O’Reilly Media, answers here.
mental distress

‘Remainers’ suffered mental distress equivalent to migraine after Brexit vote

Research has found evidence that ‘Remainers’ suffered mental distress, equivalent to a chronic migraine, in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.
decisions affect fish

How EU decisions affect fish, the ocean and life on earth

Rebecca Hubbard, Programme Director of the Our Fish campaign, reveals precisely how EU decisions affect fish, the ocean and life on earth.
Alexander Zeitelhack

Alexander Zeitelhack – Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI)

Alexander Zeitelhack is Associate Dean at Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI).
ben henderson

Ben Henderson – OECD

Ben Henderson is a Policy Analyst at the OECD, where he leads work on developing policy solutions for lowering the carbon footprint the agriculture sector. He has worked previously at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia and at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO),...

Guillaume Gruère – OECD

Guillaume Gruère is a Senior Policy Analyst at the OECD, where he oversees the work on climate change, water and resilience in agriculture. Prior to joining OECD, he was a Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute. He has contributed over 70 peer-reviewed publications, including two that...
transport in europe

The future of transport in Europe

The future of transport in Europe is explored here with comment from Henrik Hololei of the European Commission, plus the priorities for transport research, digital innovation and aviation safety.
chinese foreign investment, Stenn group

Chinese foreign investment trends in the UK

Dr Kerstin Braun, President of Stenn Group, shares her views on current Chinese foreign investment trends in the UK.
Tax policy

Tax policy as a tool for business cycle stabilisation

In this final article in a mini-series of articles discussing recent macroeconomic research on the effects of taxation on the economy, Bernd Hayo, Professor at the University of Marburg focuses on the use of tax policy for stabilising business cycles.
water purification

Making nanocellulose filters for water purification with underutilised biomass

This chemistry focus delves into making nanocellulose filters for water purification with underutilised biomass, as described here by Benjamin Hsiao from Stony Brook University in the U.S.
connected technologies

Developing tools to meet the ethical challenges of connected technologies

Irina Shklovski, Associate Professor at IT University of Copenhagen in Denmark, discusses the importance of developing tools to meet the ethical challenges of connected technologies for a better digital future.
Madrid COP25, UN climate negotiations

What happened in Madrid at COP25?

As UN climate negotiations came to an end last week, we round up what really happened at the 25th climate conference in Madrid (COP25) and who the key players were.
David Shurtleff

David Shurtleff, PhD – National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health NIH

David Shurtleff, Ph.D., is Deputy Director of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
central banks and monetary policy

Central banks and monetary policy in the eyes of the population

Bernd Hayo, Professor at the University of Marburg provides an in-depth and compelling look at central banks and monetary policy through the eyes of the population.

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