Monthly Archives: January 2019

How British think tanks weathered the 2008 financial crisis

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A blogpost by Marcos Gonzalez Hernando, Affiliated Researcher at the University of Cambridge, Senior Researcher at Think Tank for Action on Social Change (FEPS-TASC) More than ten years after Lehman Brothers’ file for bankruptcy, the economic and political fallout of the global economic crisis can still be felt. Its effects have not only been political   …Continue Reading


Beyond diagnosis? Shifting approaches in psychiatry

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A blogpost by Martyn Pickersgill, Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society at The University of Edinburgh @PickersgillM The use of biological ideas and techniques in the study of mental ill-health and the practice of psychiatry is nothing new. But just because it isn’t new doesn’t mean that’s the only thing that’s going on in research and in the   …Continue Reading


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