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The Flawed Dominance of Economics: Engaging more Social Sciences in Government

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The event will question how the social sciences (apart from economics) could play a more substantive role in government decision making. It will address questions such as: Why is economics dominant? What is the impact of having a single social science dominating thought in government? What do other social sciences have to offer?

Speakers: James Wilsdon Professor of Science and Democracy (SPRU)

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE) series.

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