Professor Robert Bennett FBA, Chairman of the British Academy's Graduate Studies Review Committee, reports on the main findings and recommendations of the Review.
The whole article can be downloaded as a PDF file.
Published in Review, July-December 2001.
Professor Richard Blundell FBA, of University College London and the Institute for Fiscal Studies, delivered the Keyes Lecture in Economics on 1 November 2001. The key organizing idea in the lecture was to provide an integrated view of the way ‘welfare to work’ and ‘make work pay’ policies affect the earnings, incomes and incentives of working age individuals and their families. Here, Professor Blundell summarises the main strands of his lecture.
Professor David Mattingly, Chairman of the Society, describes some of its activities and achievements in recent months.
The British Academy is celebrating its Centenary in 2002. As part of the programme of events surrounding the Centenary, the Academy is publishing a series of major monographs to demonstrate the vitality of British scholarship at the start of a new millennium. The Academy’s Publications Secretary, Professor Fergus Millar FBA, describes this series, in the context of the overall publishing programme.