Jointly produced by the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge, and the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST) this podcast series brings you interdisciplinary perspectives on significant challenges facing society today.
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Ingela Alger (IAST) and Flavio Toxvaerd (University of Cambridge) talk to Rory Cellan-Jones about the challenges faced in conducting interdisciplinary research.
They emphasize the significant benefits that interdisciplinarity can bring and share insight into how to foster an interdisciplinary research culture for better results.
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- Alger, I., Weibull, J. W., & Lehmann, L. (2020). Evolution of preferences in structured populations: genes, guns, and culture. Journal of Economic Theory, 185, 104951.
- Alger, I. (2023). Evolutionarily stable preferences. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 378(1876), 20210505.
- Alger, I., Dridi, S., Stieglitz, J., & Wilson, M. L. (2023). The evolution of early hominin food production and sharing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 120(25), e2218096120.
- Toxvaerd, F., & Rowthorn, R. (2022). On the management of population immunity. Journal of Economic Theory, 204, 105501.
- Toxvaerd, F. (2020). Herd immunity – crucial yet irrelevant. Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge.
- Bromham, L., Dinnage, R., & Hua, X. (2016). Interdisciplinary research has consistently lower funding success. Nature, 534(7609), 684-687.
Anne Degrave (IAST), Dennis Grube (Bennett Institute) and Halima Khan (Bennett Institute).
Iza Hussin (University of Cambridge) and Paul Seabright (IAST).
Louis Baktash (Bennett Institute), Mathieu Carpentier (Toulouse Capitole University, IAST) and Michael Kenny (Bennett Institute).
Sam Gilbert (Bennett Institute), César Hidalgo (IAST, TSE, University of Toulouse) and Jeni Tennison (Bennett Institute).
David Runciman (University of Cambridge) and Karine Van der Straeten (IAST).
Maria Kleshnina (IAST), Daniel Nettle (L'École normale supérieure - PSL) and Amy Orben (University of Cambridge).
With Sarah Dillon (University of Cambridge) and Manvir Singh (IAST).
With Tymofiy Mylovanov and Nataliia Shapoval (Kyiv School of Economics).
With Charlotte Cavaillé (Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan and IAST), Ailbhe McNabola (Bennett Institute for Public Policy - Power to Change) and Jack Shaw (Bennett Institute for Public Policy).
With Gordon Harold (University of Cambridge), Laura Nurski (Bruegel) and Zoe Purcell (IAST).
With Diane Coyle (Bennett Institute - Cambridge), Jacques Crémer and Jean Tirole (IAST-TSE).
With Lucy Delap, historian at Cambridge and Victor Gay, IAST and TSE economist specialized in history
With Theresa Marteau, a health psychologist Professor and Dr Bence Bago (IAST)
With Roberto Foa, Assistant Professor in Politics and Public Policy at the University of Cambridge, and Dr Zachary Garfield (IAST)
With Anna Alexandrova (Bennett Institute) and Jon Stieglitz (IAST)
With Horacio Larreguy (IAST - ITAM), Nataliia Shapoval (Kyiv School of Economics) and Ayse Zarakol (Cambridge University)
With Sylvain Chabé-Ferret (IAST-TSE), Michael Kenny (Bennett Institute) and Fiona Reynolds (Bennett Institute)
With Stephanie Diepeveen (Bennett Institute), Rehema Msulwa (Bennett Institute) and Stéphane Straub (TSE - IAST)
with Jean-François Bonnefon (IAST - TSE - CNRS), Daniel Chen (TSE - IAST), and Diane Coyle (Bennett Institute - Cambridge)
with Matthew Agarwala (Bennett), Cristina Penasco (Cambridge), and Nicolas Treich (TSE-IAST-INRAe)
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