Dan joined NESTA in April 2011 and worked on projects across public and social innovation, with a particular interest in applying quantitative research methods to social innovation. Prior to NESTA, Dan was a senior research officer working within the Government Economic and Social Research Service. He has worked on the economics of migration for the Home Office's Migration Advisory Committee, gang and youth violence interventions for the Tackling Gangs Action Programme and policy evaluations for the Department for Communities and Local Government. Dan holds an MA in Geography from the University of Cambridge.
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