You are warmly invited to the latest in CECAN's seminar series.
"Evaluating Policy Scenarios with Micro-Simulation" will be held on 3rd October 2016 at DECC, 3 Whitehall Place, London 1-2pm (12.45pm prompt registration)
Peter Davis is Professor of Sociology, specialising in health and well-being, at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, with cross-appointments at that university in the Department of Statistics and in the School of Population Health. He is also founding Director of the COMPASS Research Centre, a grant-funded centre that has promoted the application of advanced methodological techniques in the social sciences for over a decade.
We warmly invite you to apply for a place at the upcoming CECAN workshop:
This 2 day residential workshop, conducted under the Chatham House Rule, will bring together evidence teams, policy makers, policy analysts, complexity scientists, evaluation experts and experts in Nexus subjects.
Our aim for the workshop is to collectively generate deeper and shared understanding around complexity and evaluation whilst producing concrete outputs. In particular the co-construction of a general-purpose timeline for approaching evaluation in complex contexts. This will be designed to bring together your expertise and practical experience with our tools and approaches, to produce a workable, yet innovative, real world method.
St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
13:30pm onwards, Tuesday 13th September 2016
You are warmly invited by Prof. Nigel Gilbert, Director of CECAN, to an afternoon to consider Policy Evaluation For A Complex World.
Introduced by Jane Elliott (Chief Executive, ESRC), with a keynote speech from Sir Mark Walport (Government Chief Scientific Adviser) and a panel discussion chaired by Roger Highfield (Dir External Affairs, Science Museum).