Peer-Trial-ReviewDownload On the 13th of November Professor Raymond Duch gave a presentation on his research surrounding ‘Cross-Government Trial Advice Panel.’ The presentation explored the exciting future of TAP’s and their potential significance as a valuable public service following relatively small investment opportunities.
The Centre for Experimental Social Sciences hosted an experimental programming workshop taught by affiliated D. Phil student, Jonas Frey, on 8th-9th of October.
Ozan Aksoy received the 2019 Raymond Boudon Award for Early Career Achievement. The award is given annually by the European Academy of Sociology to a scholar under age 40 or within ten years after defending their dissertation who has “made significant contributions to European sociology”.
Following the success of the first edition of the Strategic Leadership course, CESS brought the second edition where members of the public sector from Chile participated.
CESS-Oxford partnered with CESS-Santiago to offer its inaugural course on strategic leadership to an aspiring group of Chilean Policemen. The course brought researchers who specialize in communication, negotiation, and management together to provide insights on how attendees could be more effective leaders within their organization.
The Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS) China seeks an individual to provide Lab Management services for the operations of the CESS China laboratory at Nankai University, Tianjin China.
On March 28th, Nuffield CESS joined forces with CESS Santiago, USACH, and Chile Transparente. This new collaboration will enable researchers to conduct a number of online and field experiments in Chile, studying the effectiveness of different forms of accountability on reducing electoral manipulation and overall corruption.
New research by Rodrigo Caputo and Raymond Duch, of the Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences at the University of Oxford, examines how public opinion of presidential economic policy management is related to consumer sentiment.
Professor Raymond Duch presents the paper Once a Liar Always a Liar? at the Second Latin-American Workshop on Experimental and Behavioural Social Sciences (LAWEBESS) conference hosted by the Santiago Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS), Universidad de Santiago de Chile.