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Big Data and the Policy Process

Our digital lives are being “datafied” - but what are the consequences, and how should we respond?

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The diverse ways in which our digital lives are being “datafied” are of great importance to understanding the political and policy process. Big data fuels our increasingly personalised, data intensive economy.

There is a growing need to understand how third party ecosystems found on social media platforms are transforming the broader context of the policy process.

Join the International School for Government at King’s College London to hear more about this transformation and how we should respond. Register here.

Panel:

  • Professor Andrew Massey (chair), Academic Director, International School for Government, King's College London

  • Dr Jennifer Pybus, Lecturer in Digital Culture and Society, King's College London

  • Professor Jason Reifler, Professor of Political Science, University of Exeter

  • Additional panelists TBC

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Andrew Massey

Andrew Massey

Academic Director, International School for Government


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