DescriptionHeld in conjunction with Scotland’s Futures Forum, this reception marked the 10th anniversary of the Comparative Agendas Project, a worldwide network of political and data scientists working to investigate trends in government, parliamentary and legal activity over time. As the Parliament continues to make its data open, participants will hear from international experts on how the same processes have developed in America and elsewhere. With welcomes from Professor Adam Tomkins, MSP and Professor Charlie Jeffery, Vice Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh. The reception kicked off with a presentation on open data, transparency and the importance of knowledge exchange between academics and practitioners.
|Period||15 Jun 2017|
|Held at||Scottish Parliament|
- CHSS KIG
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
Project: Research Collaboration with external organisation