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Richard Carter of BIS talks about tackling the challenges of digital policy making.
Have you been nudged into safer driving?
Nesta reported on 'Speaking to the Innovation Public' - British attitudes to innovation.
Ask the public about the ideas, and they behave differently around the answers.
Prof Gerry Stoker on improving the relationship between scientists and policy makers.
The iPod model of public services: using customer-focused design to drive services and systems that rethink who's bringing the complexity.
This exploration of the concept of disruptive innovation by Jill Lepore in The New Yorker has been doing the rounds on Twitter this week: it's long, but interesting.
The new new public management - models of change at local level.
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