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If you are an academic whose current research has practical implications for decision-making, we would like to hear about your work.

We are looking for research that enhances understanding of what factors – including psychological, political, theological, legal, and anthropological – have an impact (for better or worse) on decision-making processes.

Cambridge Governance Labs invites academics from the University of Cambridge and from research institutions throughout the world to become involved with our work at a level that suits your interest and availability. 

CGL will provide opportunities to showcase your contribution to the current body of decision-making knowledge and to meet with colleagues in other diciplines whose work is relevant to your own.

We are aiming to bring together knowledge, insights and case studies from across the disciplines, including:

  • 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


How to Get Involved

If your research interests intersect with the objectives of CGL, please do get in touch.

We are currently conducting a mapping exercise that will provide an overview of questions and issues being addressed by current research on decision-making.  If you would like your work to be included, please complete our short six-question survey.



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