Dr Kai Ruggeri

Affiliated Lecturer at Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge

Affiliated Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge

Kai Ruggeri is an Affiliated Lecturer and Senior Researcher in the Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge, and Director of the department's Policy Research Group. His research focuses on research design and quantitative analysis, with a particular interest in how policy influences population behaviour, and whether publishing evidence related to policy influences aspects such as population well-being and economic outcomes.

Kai has previously worked as a metrics specialist for the Executive Education programme at Cambridge's Judge Business School, and is currently acting Executive Director of the Well-being Institute. He has been published in numerous journals, including Lancet Global Health, Frontiers in Ageing Neuroscience, and Bulletin of the World Health Organisation. He holds a BA from North Central College and a PhD from Queen's University Belfast, both in Psychology, and is a Chartered Psychologist registered with the British Psychological Society.

  • 13 March 2018, 4pm

    Goal posts or judging panels?

    A policy workshop to explore the challenges of performance measurement for government in the context of innovation, life sciences and UK plc.

  • 2 December 2014

    Professional Development Policy Workshop for Behavioural Scientists

    In partnership with Cambridge Neuroscience, the Centre for Science and Policy is organising a workshop for early career researchers in neuroscience and behavioural sciences at the University of Cambridge. This event will take place at Downing College on the 2 December 2014.