King's College London
Free to be flexible? The politics of new ways of working
London workers overwhelmingly disapprove of politicians urging people to not work from home too often, or suggesting those who do so are less hardworking, at the same time as over half say the cost of living is likely to discourage them from commuting into the...
The state of free speech in UK universities: what students and the public think
This research, by the Policy Institute at King’s College London, is based on two new representative surveys of UK university students. The study reveals two main patterns – firstly, that the large majority of university students in the UK think their universities are protecting their...
Youth mental health and COVID-19: 2021 Policy Lab briefing note
This paper summaries the discussions that emerged from a conference exploring the impacts of COVID-19 and related responses on the mental health of young people in disadvantaged, marginalised and vulnerable groups in the United Kingdom.
The Competition and Markets Authority: a reboot for the 2020s
A majority of businesses do not know that the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) enforces competition law in the United Kingdom. In the report, Andrew Tyrie, who chaired the watchdog from 2018 to 2020, makes a number of recommendations for reform of the competition watchdog...
Sustainability for sceptics
Sustainability for Sceptics took place at King’s College London on February 6th, 2020. The aim was to bridge the gap between business and academia. This report details the output of the Panel discussion, the remarks from the Chairs of the working sessions and the output...