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Cambridge Governance Labs draws on empirical findings from across the disciplines and professions that illuminate our understanding of how decisions are made and the influences that drive them off course.  

This knowledge is currently widely scattered throughout specialist scholarly literature and the practices of professional bodies, with limited opportunities to be mutually informing or to be applied in developing countries.

CGL seeks to select, analyse and synthesise academic and practical understanding through contributions from our Research Team, the Expert Panel, themed interdisciplinary events, commissioned research and feedback from pilot projects.

The disciplines that will feed into our research activities include:

  • Administrative law
  • Analytics and statistics
  • Anthropology
  • Behavioural economics
  • Business Science
  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Criminology
  • Ethics
  • Information technology
  • Law
  • Management Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Political science
  • Psychiatry
  • Public policy
  • Social psychology
  • Sociology
  • Theology

Lessons and insights will also be drawn from related expertise in professional sectors and industries including:

  • Conflict resolution and peace building
  • Business leadership
  • Military strategy and doctrine
  • Life skills and personal development
  • Risk and compliance



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